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The Klamath is one of the most important rivers for fish migration on the west coast of North America south of the Columbia River.  The river is considered a prime habitat for Chinook salmon and steelhead trout.

Beginning in late summer, great migrations of King Salmon (Chinook) make their way up the Klamath River back to their place of origin to lay their own eggs to complete the circle of life.    (Prime Fishing August to Oc...<...>

The FunBus is expanding its terrritory into Oregon to the north and Humboldt County to the south!