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The fabled rivers such as the Hoh, Bogachiel, Sol Duc, and Calawah offer winter steelhead fly anglers perhaps the best best chance of tying into a trophy-class (20 plus pounds) steelhead than other other area in the country.

Although fly anglers book trips throughout

Olympic Peninsula, Washington flyfishing guides

Olympic Peninsula trophy steelhead on the fly.

the winter season, most of our flyfishing customers prefer to book their trips during the latter half of the native steelhead run ... usually February through April. During this time, the waters of the streams are beginning to warm and subsequently increases the activity level of the steelhead present in the rivers. In addition, water levels in the spring are typically a lower than mid-winter levels providing better opportunities for anglers to get down to the fish with traditional fly-fishing tactics.
Generally, most of our fishing is based upon a mix of swinging while wading and nymphing from the boat. However, this does vary from trip to trip ... we're happy to accommodate or utilize other less / more traditional methods based upon our customer's wishes.

We'll be happy to provide a listing of necessary equipment / recommended flies for those choosing to bring their own equipment.

Calawah River wild steelhead ... Washington flyfishing guides

Calawah River wild steelhead

If you're new to the sport or just don't have the right equipment, just let us know and we'll be happy to provide you with a full complement of rods, reels, lines, as well as flies at no extra charge.
 

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