Trinity River



The Trinity River is one of the most productive and rewarding steelhead fisheries in the Pacific Northwest. It is the longest tributary to the Klamath River, running 110 scenic miles from Lewiston Dam to its confluence with the Klamath in Weitchpec, Ca. The Trinity River boasts healthy returns of 1/2 pound & adult steelhead, Coho & Chinook salmon, and large brown trout. Season after season, we are absolutely amazed at the numbers of adult steelhead we see hooked and landed on this beautiful river!

We offer drift boat & walk/wade steelhead trips on the Trinity River from September through the end of February. We also offer walk/wade trips on the “fly only” water in Lewiston from April through September 15th. The ‘fly only” water is a great place for beginner to advanced anglers to catch lots of fish using a wide variety of methods. These fish love to eat dry flies!

Fishing Checklist


  • 7-8 wt. Rods & Reels w/ Good Drags!
  • 6-9 wt. Switch & Spey Rods
  • Floating Lines & Sink Tips (Shooting Heads)
  • CA Fishing License & Steelhead Card
  • Good Rain Gear
  • Waders & Boots
  • Sense for Adventure!