The Klamath Basin is a fly fishing dream. All points begin at the Klamath Lake - a monster of a lake that produces monster fish. Klamath Redband Trout are among the biggest in the state, averaging around 3 lbs, but double-digit brutes are not uncommon. You can find these fish, plus aggressive Brown Trout, in all three of Klamath's main tributaries: the Williamson River, Wood River, and Sprague River.
The Klamath Basin sits at just east of Oregon’s Southern Cascade mountain range. At its North the towns of Fort Klamath and Chiloquin lay in the Shadow of Crater Lake. At its southern end sits the largest town in the Basin, Klamath Falls.
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