Monday, April 27, 2015

The spring steelhead season is now over. Besides a month long drought from mid Feb - mid March it was a normal year with some nice fish caught through out the many rivers. Besides the Queets River I also rotated around to fishing 6 other peninsula rivers depending on fishing or river conditions. 

So what's next?

Full day schools: $169 pp Schools include: summer steelhead, pink salmon, sea run cutts, & more -
Summer Steelhead I'll be fishing the Puget Sound rivers with the main focus on the Skykomish river. Fishing starts in June.

Methow Trout Starting in mid July I'll be running trips on the Methow fishing dry flies for rainbows, cutthroat, and the elusive big cuttbows. We have caught the cuttbows up to 28"!

Sea Run Cutthroat The puget sound cutty fishing has been some of the best trout fishing in Washington. On a good day a couple guys could bang into 40-50+ fish. Trips will start in Aug and run through early November.

Pink Salmon
It is also a pink salmon year and we are booking up already - Aug 15th - September is the time. Figure out how to catch tons of fish! With a 3rd guide working for us we can handle groups up to 9 guys. 
Need some pink flies -

Want that perfect gift – guided fly fishing trips, any amount $200 or over will get a box of a dozen flies. Here is info for a gift certificate 

We have some casting, and river float classes. 
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Happy Fishing,
Mike Dickson
Head Guide