Trip Report: Fishing on Clicks Creek

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Photo by Chuck Stokke

Local fisherman Chuck Stokke went out to see Clicks Creek yesterday. He reported back great news on the amount of water flow and showed off the fish he caught. Here is what he had to say.

I fished Clicks Creek last Sunday and it’s so beautiful. The best I’ve seen it in years!! Looks like it’s going to be a great year on the tributaries and also on the Kern. The trails have a lot of fallen trees  but are still clear enough to get to your destinations.

Check out the video below for more details and a teaser. Fish on anyone?

Video -> https://splice.gopro.com/v?id=V4MdLg

 

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10 Responses to Trip Report: Fishing on Clicks Creek

  1. Eric says:

    Is that a Kern River rainbow? I wanna see more fish photos!!!! 🙂 COol waterfalls. I need to dig into a map.

  2. Eric says:

    Is 21S50 now open?

    • Joshua says:

      It is open almost up to Clicks Creek. The gate is currently closed right where you can turn left to head out to Jordan Peak or proceed straight to Click Creek TH.

      • Dan says:

        How much farther is the Clicks TH? And can you park at the closed gate and hike the rest

      • Joshua says:

        Not sure. I imagine near the gate as long as you don’t block traffic or the gate. May be fully open now though. Not sure.

  3. Mulls -Camp Nelson says:

    Is that off of 190?

    • Joshua says:

      Off Forest Service road 21S50 (North Road) which connects to HWY 190 near Quaking Aspen Campground

      • Mulls says:

        Thanks Joshua, We have our Men’s retreat in Camp Nelson every year at our cabins. I have never fished Clicks Creek, but I will this week end for sure. Any advice on set up/ bait?

      • Eric says:

        Bait? From what I just found i think only artificial lures with barbless hooks. “(71) Golden Trout Wilderness Area (Tulare Co.), excluding the main stem Kern River (see subsection 7.50(b)(86)), and the Tule River drainage (see subsection 7.50(b)(197)).
        Last Saturday in Apr. through Nov. 15. Only artificial lures with barbless hooks may be used.”

        From what i remember, Clicks Creek is perfect fly fishing water. you should give it a try.

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