I don't know any Cave's in Roseburg, I have only lived here permanetly since 2007. Have you been over to the bay area fishing steelhead this winter? Most of the streams have been good! The south Coquille has been off the hook at times!
My youngest with a nice matched set of hatchery fish! If he don't cut his hair soon I'm gonna start calling him curly!
Supposed to be sunny but cold Sunday with a projected high of 44. Let us know how you do. My guess is that the fish will go deep again til we get back up in the 50's so I am gonna hold off for warmer weather unless you prove me wrong and post some pics of monster fish!
We shall see . I am pretty much going to get some hours on the motor but I can't help but get some line wet while doing so . That is, unless the water is rough. Am still a bit gunshy after my incident last spring out there....
Does anyone know if there is very many Crappie in Klamath Lake? In the south where I am from we pronounced it Croppy. The saying is that when you say Crappie that is your disposition when your not catching any Croppy.
Yeah there are lots of crappie near the day use area(just downstream from the hwy 66 bridge), along the rocks on the north side. There will be VERY little going on now since the water is so cold.. but you know what they say about fishing and working That whole area, once the water gets warmer, is just full of pumpkinseeds, crappie, chubs and some perch as well as Bass. Topsy is always the place I go when I just want to catch fish and don't care what I catch... just want to catch . That really won't start until April though, probably more like May so the water will warm up enough.
Nice boats guys!!! Way too pretty and new looking to put in Klamath lake! Oh well....that algae water will knock the shine off of them!
Welcome to the forum Jim! Never caught crappie in Upper Klamath, lot's of yellow perch around Rocky pt. and at times the mouth of the Wood river. Topsy does have crappie though, try around the hwy 66 bridge pilings in the evening on an early summer day!
not sure how much interest there is in this but I figured I would throw this out there
I created a google map to basically document what I find out in the lake. Deep parts, dangerously shallow parts, where fish are caught, etc etc. I believe you can view it without a google account but if you want to add your own info, you need a google account. Anyway, the link is below.
Thanks for the information Cody, I really appreciate it. This is some real information that I can use. This is more information than I have learned in weeks of Google searching. What can I say, you are a real gentleman.