Read the latest Trinity River reports here: Trinity River Fishing Reports
The Trinity River is the principal tributary of the Klamath River and flows 165 miles through the Klamath Mountains and coastal ranges. Holding a watershed of nearly 3,000 square miles in Trinity and Humboldt Counties. The Trinity River is known for its prolific runs of Chinook Salmon and Steelhead, which have sustained native people for thousands of years. Today the Trinity River is a vital water source for the Central Valley’s booming ag business and is a hub for Northern California recreation such as gold panning, white water rafting, fishing, hiking, and scenic camping along its shores. The Trinity River is home to the Trinity River Hatchery and provides a healthy annual hatchery Steelhead return. Anglers lucky enough to land a hatchery fish will enjoy fine table fair that compliments what many anglers consider “the fishing experience of a lifetime”. The river offers fall, winter, spring, and summer runs and can be fished almost all year round.