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The new Sage X

  I was lucky to have been given the new Sage X 590-4 for our group trip to the Missouri River last week. What a treat it was for throwing dry flies to big, picky trout. “Fast with feel” is

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We at Peninsula Outfitters love fishing lakes this time of year. Lakes provide the single most important spring trout fishery across Washington State. Two of our favorite local lakes are Teal located a few miles across the Hood Canal floating

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Great new Winston Video!

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Love the past!

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Trout Unlimited Kitsap-Olympic Peninsulas and Wild Steelheaders United proudly announce…. The annual F3T Fly Fishing Film Tour is coming again to Bainbridge Island on Saturday · February 27, 2016! ISLAND CENTER HALL, 8395 Fletcher Bay Rd NE, Bainbridge Island All proceeds

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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

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BIG FISH OPPORTUINITIES By Richard Stoll While silvers are in fast decline throughout Puget Sound, Chum salmon have yet to peak. This good news because salmon fishing with the exception of chum salmon has closed in Marine areas 9 and

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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

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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

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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

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