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Chasing Silver

  Living in the Pacific Northwest, many folks would instantly think I was talking about our beloved Coho Salmon. I was blessed to enjoy a spectacular group trip to Prince of Wales Island in July to do just that. The

Posted in blog, Fly Fishing, travel

SILVERS ARE HERE!

As violent winds and heavy rains buffeted over the past week Puget Sound, six and a half million pink salmon made their ways to rivers full to overflowing with freshet water.  After a very dry summer it appears at least

Posted in blog, Fly Fishing, Fly Rod, salmon

Straight Poop on the Quillayute system fishing closure

The details from Jim Kerr, Raincoast Guides Posted: 30 Jul 2015 08:57 PM PDT Yes, we are still fishing, and catching a bunch of fish. We have enough water in some rivers to last quite a while,but the Quillayute System(Sol

Posted in blog, Fly Fishing, Guiding, salmon

PINK SALMON BY THE MILLIONS!

Fly anglers beware! Pink salmon, somewhat affectionately known as humpies for the hump back males develop when they enter rivers to spawn, are invading Puget Sound by the millions. The pull of the line by these great fighting fish will

Posted in blog, Fly Fishing, salmon

Fellow Supporters of Wild Steelhead Recovery

WDFW is currently accepting comments on which Puget Rivers to select as “wild steelhead gene banks.” This process is an unprecedented opportunity to eliminate a threat to wild steelhead in rivers across Puget Sound and work toward a multi-faceted recovery process that benefits wild fish, local

Posted in blog, Fly Fishing, Uncategorized

LOCAL FLY FISHING OPPORTUNITIES

LOCAL FLY FISHING OPPORTUNITIES Richard Stoll Peninsula Outfitters, Poulsbo, Washington   The weather is spectacular and the fishing is great.  The fishing promises to be better than ever this year with numerous angling opportunities.  Following are just a few. Alpine

Posted in blog, Coastal Cutthroat, Fly Fishing, salmon

George Cook talks proper beach gear

Beach Primer 2015 Tackle Selection To Ensure Success On The Water   By George Cook Pacific Northwest Rep for RIO/Sage & Redington   GAME TIME 2015, its already here as the el primo Sea Run Cuttie game is on as

Posted in blog, Coastal Cutthroat, Fly Fishing, Fly Rod

BIG FISH OPPORTUINITIES By Richard Stoll

Toward the deep end of October, throughout November, chum salmon don grizzly tooth-ridden faces, black, purple, and green slashed coats, and humped backs.  The colors are spawning recognition characteristics.  Their skin becomes thick with the mucous that allows them to

Posted in blog, Fly Fishing, Fly Rod, salmon

Harvest Trout, Silver Salmon and October Caddis!

The yellow and orange hues of October herald the onset of fall.  Fall is the time of harvest trout, the ubiquitous sea run cutthroat, as they start to congregate near their natal streams in anticipation of spawning.  This is the

Posted in blog, Coastal Cutthroat, Fly Fishing, salmon

Small Stream Success!

Our small stream class last Sunday was a HUGE success. 8 like minded folks discovered the joy of catching lots of willing fish on dry flies with light gear. Redington’s new 370-3 Butter Stick was a treat to cast, and

Posted in Fly Fishing, Fly Rod

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