So a few river have closed temporarily right? The Skagit is always my go to river for salmon and bulls and is open. It's damn controlled so it has a decent amount of water and stays a little cooler than most. The higher up river the cooler it will get. The Snohomish River is also open although a little tougher to fly fish but closer to people coming from south. There are pinks in the salt right now with a small number entering the rivers. Still a little early but about to start rocking. There is going to be a ton of fish.
I have a full day school ($169 pp) for pinks on September 5th and a half day ($99 pp) on September 6th. Let m know if you want in one of those.
Want a full day guide trip? just let me know what day works and I'll try to schedule you up. Between me Dennis and our other guide Johnathan we should be able to get you on the books. The sooner you book the better.
Want some killer pink salmon flies? We sell a sampler of a doz. for $24 or + a box for $36.99 http://streamsideflyshop.com/samplers.htm
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.
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.
We have some casting, and river float classes.
Links on our home page on the top under classes. - http://flyfishsteelhead.com
Check out our calendar - http://flyfishsteelhead.com/guiding.htm
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