Buzzing Drones and Northern California’s Trinity River: An evening with the Kennedy Brothers

It’s been an absolutely perfect fall, complete with boats full of fish and happy clients.  Not to mention the weather allowed shorts and sandals which came to a overnight halt this week  We have been guiding all over Northern California chasing wild trout and steelhead without many breaks in between and enjoying this time of year.  As the general trout season closes November 15 on many of California’s waters, our focus is turning to our staple fisheries like the Trinity River.  We will still be doing the Klamath River, Upper and Lower Sacramento River, Pit River and awaiting for our coastal systems to open up but in the meantime the Trinity River is our office for the next period of guiding.  We have been working on getting some video footage out but its been a slow process.  Thanks to our friend Doug, we’ve been able to get some drone footage of a classic afternoon floating the river.  If you’ve been there this time of year then you know what we are talking about.  Check out this video and take a look from a different perspective.  We hope you love it!

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Fly fishing for Steelhead on the Trinity River with the Kennedy Brothers.

Fly fishing for Steelhead on the Trinity River with the Kennedy Brothers.

3 thoughts on “Buzzing Drones and Northern California’s Trinity River: An evening with the Kennedy Brothers

  1. Hey Caddis Brother’s,
    Pretty cool idea and views ! Hopeing for some nasty weather and I will be up there to see ya . Can’t wait for the surface footage of the the Steel leaping next to the camera!!
    BgSlngr

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