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Olympic Peninsula Fly Fishing Report – 3/17/15

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We got some rain and the fish came with it. We have had some insane fishing over the past week. There have been a lot more nice fish coming to the net. Marlon and Robert came out and we had very high water conditions, I gave them the option to cancel their trip because the water was so high. They said they came to fish and if there was a chance of catching one we should go. With low expectations we put the boat in and Marlon found this magnum buck, in the mid-20 pound range. Then we hooked quite a few more. It was an awesome day, much better than expected.  

Olympic Peninsula Fly Fishing Report – 3/9/15

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The water has been getting low and we could sure use some rain. We haven’t been putting up big numbers in the low water, but we have been hooking enough fish every day. Bob and Keith came up from CA and had a great trip. The weather was warm and dry and we found some nice fish. Then Norm and Pam came out from the East Coast. Norm has done a lot of steelheading, but this was Pam’s first trip. Maybe it was beginners luck, but she caught some big steelhead. Overall, fishing has been slower lately than it was in February with the low water we have been having, but there are still plenty of steelhead in the rivers on the OP. It should be really good fishing after the next big rain.  

Olympic Peninsula Steelhead – More Steelhead after the Big Rain

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2/17/15 – After the rain let up, the rivers dropped right back into shape. There have been a lot of steelhead around. We spent the weekend at the Lynwood Fly Fishing Show. The turnout was great to our presentations, Olympic Peninsula Steelhead – Where they live and how to catch them. Next year we will be attending the show again and giving presentations on the OP. Here are a few pictures from the past week, there have been some nice steelhead coming to the net.  

Great Start to the 2015 Steelhead Season – 2/10/15

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This January was great fishing. I had multiple days already this season that were better than any day last year and the peak of the season is not here yet. The last blow out brought a big push of steelhead into the OP Rivers and we are coming off another huge blowout. If you are interested in hooking into a few of these awesome fish, we have some dates available: Feb 22, 28, March 4-6, 8, 15, 22, 29, and quite a few dates in April. Here are some pics from the past few weeks.  

More Rain & Wild Steelhead

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Well, the rain is pouring once again and there are some awesome wild fish in the rivers right now. We got these and a few others yesterday on the rise. After this next drop fishing should be good. It has been a wet few months. Yesterday the Hoh was flowing at 1,500 CFS and now it is at 23,700 CFS and just peaked. That should get some of that wood moving around, it might wash out some of those sweepers in the upper river. There have been some big wild fish getting caught. I am looking forward to getting back on the rivers when they are falling, fishing was good on the rise. I still have some dates open for the winter season, here is what I have open in January: 18, 19, 28, 31. There are still some prime openings in February, March, and April. Call or email and I will let you know

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Happy New Year Fishing Report

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Happy New Year! There have been enough hatchery fish around to make it interesting and the wild fish are showing up now too. There are some major changes on the Hoh, well the whole upper river is different.  I will be checking out the lower river in the next few days. There are some big sweepers about a mile below the park line and another major blockage before the last high bank above Minie’s. Below Spuce Creek the main river heads right under a log jam and you have to take a small braid to the left. The channels connect back up below Owl Creek. It is going to be fun learning it over again. I hope your Holidays went well. See you on the river.