Thursday, December 3, 2015

Update: Looking for a partner to split the cost of a trip April 8th, 9th and 10th.

It's turning to that time of the year to where the focus will turn to Steelhead! They are the
Queets Steelhead
most coveted fish for anglers in North America for a reason. They can kick butt. If you have caught them you  know the feeling, if not now could be your time.
We are booking prime dates for steelhead right now, our Puget Sound rivers are just starting to get some hatchery fish and I will start to fish for the wild fish in late January.
Most of the wild fish I target on the Olympic Peninsula rivers. I focus on the National Park section of the Queets River but fish most of the other rivers around depending on fishing/river conditions.

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As for trout there are some bull trout on the Skagit/Sauk and sea run cutts on our local rivers depending on where you fish. In the past people often over look the Dolly Varden
Skagit Dolly Varden
but with other species lacking we have found them to be a great target when you just need some tuggs. They hit the fly hard and finding one or 2 over 25"+ is not uncommon.

Schools & Casting classes: Looking to learn? We have Casting classes, 4 hr river float classes and Full day Steelhead Classes now available. Pay and sign up online.

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Tight lines and Happy fishing,  Dickson Flyfishing crew.