Large numbers of steelhead return to the Olympic Peninsula every year, with many winter fish over twenty pounds. The Hoh, Sol Duc, Bogachiel, Queets, Calawah, and Upper Quinault rivers are where we direct most our efforts for these magnificent fish in the Winter. Swinging streamers with spey rods and nymphing with single hand rods are the techniques we use while targeting winter steelhead.We use the boat for transportation and we also nymph on the go between swinging runs to thoroughly cover the water that holds steelhead.
During the summer and fall months, the Olympic Peninsula has returns of summer steelhead, Coho Salmon, Chinook Salmon, Dollie Varden, and Sea Run Cutthroat. We take a variety of rods with different setups to target multiple species throughout the day. There are a lot of sight casting opportunities throughout the summer and fall for steelhead, salmon, and trout.
The breathtaking landscape of the Olympic Mountains and old growth timber which are home to large herds of elk and countless eagles, combined with the presence of trophy steelhead make for and unforgettable experience.
Rates (Jan 15-April 30):
Full Day – $550 for one or two anglers, $700 for three anglers (8+ hrs)
Rates (May 1-Jan 14):
Full Day – $495 for two anglers, $395 for a single, $625 for three anglers (8+ hrs)
Half Day – $350 for one or two anglers (4+ hrs)
Trips Include – Drift boat or fly fishing raft, all flies, rods, reels, food, beverages, and other necessary equipment.
Plus – You will receive a free Angler’s Obsession hat and we’ll send you pictures from your trip if we use our cameras
Washington State Sales Tax and fishing license are not included in prices