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Klickitat River Fly Fishing Report 11-10-17

Klickitat River Fly Fishing Report 11-10-17

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We just finished our season on the Klickitat. It was the toughest season I have seen here. We caught a few chinook and some great steelhead, just not the numbers like in years past. One nice thing about the fishing being tough was that there was very little pressure.  

Olympic Peninsula Fly Fishing Report – 4/16/17

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The steelhead season finished just about how it started. It was colder and wetter than normal, but fishing was good. We had a lot of high water this season which limited our fishing on the Hoh River and the Queets River, but the Sol Duc and Calawah had good color and didn’t get too low and clear. It seemed like we hooked fewer fish than normal, but the average size was larger. This was a good end to the season, now I’m off to Florida to spend a few months chasing tarpon, bonefish, redfish, and more in the Florida Keys, Biscayne Bay, and the Everglades.  

Olympic Peninsula Fly Fishing Report – 1/23/17

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The 2017 winter steelhead season is here. We started off with some unusually cold steelheading conditions for Forks, with highs not reaching 30 degrees. The fish were coming in even with the cold temps and low water. We just got the first good rain of the year last week and the weather is more normal in the 40’s. Fishing has been good and the angling pressure seemed above normal for early January.  

Klickitat River Fly Fishing Report – 11/1/16

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It was another great steelhead season on the Klickitat River. Chinook fishing was tough and there were fewer steelhead around than normal which kept some of the pressure away (not a bad thing). But, there were enough fish in the river to keep everybody happy. Here are a few pictures from the season.