Sunday, August 10, 2014


We are still feeling the effects on the creeks and streams from all the rain we’ve had over the past week. Most of the creeks and streams are in streamer fishing condition. Judging by the way the weather forecast is looking, all of our waters should be good fishing condition soon. Other then that, there is not much going on with the trout fishing. The Trico hatch continues every day, but we still need water flows to come down a little more, before the trout will start feeding on the bugs again.

For now it is fly tying and with all the high water we have had, scouting the rivers before the salmon run. Once again I have a guide pass to the Douglaston Salmon Run.  With this guide pass we will have excess to the first 3 miles of the Salmon River. This section a river is under private control, given us sanctuary amongst the salmon fishing frenzy. As many of you know I also have A Drift boat and 13 foot raft which will allow us access to the most isolated sections of the river regardless of water flows. This fall we will have several fishing options available to us regardless of the fishing conditions.

First runs of salmon are not to far off. Just a reminder, those of you who are thinking about fall fishing trip, this time to get the arrangements made. I still have prime dates available for both salmon fishing, In September and early October and mid October steelhead fishing.  Anyone that has any questions, Feel free to give me a call at your convenience cell is 585-233-0436

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