Spring Chinook or Steelhead?

It’s Springer Time! (Or is it?) I have been telling myself and my clients that I would like to wait until the first week of April before I really start going out and doing spring Chinook trips.  However, I have been forced to reconsider this plan today for two reasons:           more »

Planning For Spring:

As I sit here on the couch, enjoying some relaxing time between guided trips and hosting the show, I have begun to reflect on the past few crazy months and all of the planning it took to get this business off the ground.  From the website, to marketing materials, print properties, booth properties, gear, equipment, more »

December 27th Blog

With the holiday season slowly coming to a close, and the steelhead season beginning to take hold, now is the time to break out all of our new toys and hit the rivers!  These coming weeks look to be fantastic conditions for winter steelhead action across the NW.  Whether you are fishing the coast, Valley, more »

Winter Steelheading

The name of the game is rain…oddly enough, in the middle of winter, we need some!  The rivers are currently low, clear and cold!  The forecast is predicting a little bit of precipitation.  Even though it is supposed to be a relatively small amount of precipitation, it should really help not only get more fish more »

Siletz Steel

Siletz, OR:  With 67 miles of seams and pocket water to fish from its headwaters to the ocean, the Siletz River offers anglers several opportunities to intercept Chrome this month during the Winter Steelhead migration.  Although many coastal streams have seen their peak during January, the Siletz is in the middle of its healthy return more »
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