December 3, 2015
We apologize that it has been several months since our last report and there has been some excellent fishing in that time period. A strong run of Pink Salmon brought smiles to the faces of many of our guests, especially those with little previous experience. The next run of Chum Salmon again created some excellent memories for those lucky enough to engage in a struggle with these big, strong fish.
Currently, we are fishing for the late runs of Coho Salmon along with Bull and Rainbow Trout. The Coho can be stubborn and very hot and cold as far as the biting goes. However, they are big and when hooked provide great action. The Bull and Rainbow Trout are feeding on loose salmon eggs and are keen to take patterns that imitate the same.
The conditions during December through mid-February can be challenging weather-wise. It is best to let us know when you would like to fish and then make a go, no-go decision closer to the date based on the weather forecast. If the temperature is near zero Celsius, reels and line guides freeze making fishing nearly impossible. That said; if the conditions are right, winter fishing can be a wonderful experience with the chance to hook an early Steelhead.
We offer full day trips only during the winter months as the travel time to the river is longer (1 hour to 1 ½ hours). As always, we supply everything you need including waders, boots, rods and flies.
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