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February 8, 2019

Crossing Rivers Safely

Crossing Rivers Safely Jason Brooks Small stream steelheading is rewarding as most of these streams are rarely inhibited by other anglers. They are truly the “last […]
February 8, 2019

Triple up for Salmon

Triple up for Salmon By Jason Brooks In Washington an angler can use up to three hooks per line, and for most salmon fisheries the hooks […]
February 8, 2019

Low Water Springer Problems: Coon Shrimp is the Answer

Low Water Springer Problems: Coon Shrimp is the Answer By Tyler Comeau Low water spring Chinook seasons often call for smaller baits that give an angler […]
February 8, 2019

Canned Tuna – The Other Bait

Canned Tuna: The Other Bait By Jason Brooks Salmon and steelhead anglers spend hours if not decades perfecting their bait cures. From skeins of eggs, brined […]
February 8, 2019

Double Up When Conditions Change

Double Up When Conditions Change By Tyler Comeau When water conditions begin to drop and winter steelhead start to settle into deeper holes and troughs, sometimes […]
September 7, 2018

Spoon and Spinner Fishing With Super Lines for Salmon and Steelhead

Spoon and Spinner Fishing With Super Lines for Salmon and Steelhead Six seasons ago, the author switched mono mainlines for non-stretch super lines when tossing metal […]
September 7, 2018

20 Best Steelhead Rivers in British Columbia

20 Best Steelhead Rivers in British Columbia By Jack Williams Spey fishing for steelhead is one of the most challenging yet rewarding methods to chase steelhead, […]
September 5, 2018
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Top 10 Sockeye Rivers in Alaska

Top 10 Sockeye Rivers in Alaska By Mike Lunde Out of the five species of salmon, sockeye return annually to Alaska’s river systems in extraordinary numbers […]