Now booking for the worst fishing in the world.
You know that feeling when you are so cold, and so wet, and so far back in the woods and tired and scratched up and not catching much that it starts to become really funny? No? OK, then these trips … read more »
Last of the season open dates, and so much more
ALRIGHT! February 8th,17th,25th March 13,17,18. These are the days we have left open for the 2023 Native winter Steelhead season. If you want to get out with us this winter email [email protected] Some of the very best fishing I have … read more »
It finally happened. We have open dates for February and March of this year.And, it seems like, we will have some pretty cool fishing.WDFW has said ok to fishing from a boat on the bulk of the Quillayute system rivers, … read more »
Some very good news!?
It’s a pebble in the pond, and the biggest deal for West Coast fisheries conservation ever. The Wild Fish Conservancy reports that “On Tuesday, U.S. Magistrate Judge Michelle Peterson issued a report and recommendation on Wild Fish Conservancy’s lawsuit, agreeing that halting … read more »
Why they hate sheep.
Thanks to all those that commented on the last blog post, keep it coming and suggestions please for future posts. Here is your punishment for encouraging me. It’s fall, and there are many many awesome things about fall. Whether you … read more »
Lots of good stuff
The fish have been very patiently waiting in the lower Quilayute for the river to rise before they move upstream. The Quilayute tribe, the ONP and WDFW have been patiently waiting for them to come up. I have been patiently … read more »
The Bright side
When I am not posting stuff on the blog it may be because I am busy, fishing too much, or having too much fun with my family. Or, it may be because I am working on a little project I … read more »