Fishing Report

Gary with a nice one on a gorgeous day

2017 Winter Outlook

The birds are southbound, the leaves are falling, and we’ve just seen the first hints of rain! The Trinity is holding steady at 350 CFS behind the lodge, and 500 at Helena, just right for prime fishing. While the early–but necessary–stop to salmon fishing was a bit of a bummer during September and early October, we all finally get to look forward to the wonderful steelhead season. Early reports from anglers on the hunt for almighty chrome were mixed, but these last few weeks have seen a serious uptick in both productivity and fishing pressure. Reports of big ole steelies are coming in left and right, so pick up a stock of the old standbys and get out on the water–now is the time!

Bill & Brian with the prize

Ben for Indian Creek Lodge

You can also visit Confluence Outfitters or the The Fly Shop for regular fishing reports and tackle recommendations directly from the experts on the Trinity River.

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