More steelhead fishing trips

So I have gotten a lot of calls recently about walk in and Spey only trips.  Here are some different trip options I want to put out there. 

I will speak to Donna and FRANK about adding this stuff on as a new page on the site, but in the mean time its here.

Most of my trips are geared to anglers whose goals are to
learn about steelhead fishing and catch steelhead.  We utilize lots of different techniques, indicator nymphing,
high stick nymphing and swinging from the boat as well as the beach.  Most days I plan on spending two thirds
of the day nymphing from the boat and then get out and pound some REALLY good
swing water.  By mixing it up this
way most people hook some steelhead as well as tune up on several different
2 angler max Rates vary seasonally

All I want to do is Swing

If this is you I can help, I’ll be glad to help you sharpen
up your spey casting and most importantly your presentation skills.  Be warned, I am not really into
standing around in a run because it “feels good” or “swings nice” I push to
create casts and presentations in spots that consistently produce fish.  Sure some spots will fish relatively
easily, others may challenge your casting and line control skills.  The goal here is not just to spend the
day swinging, but also to catch steelhead while we are at it .                                                                           1 angler 300.00, 2angler $400.00 or 3 angler $500

Walk in trips for spey fishermen

All the best spey water on the peninsula is pretty easy to
walk into and really hard to find. 
If you are a spey caster who wants to know some hike in spots that WILL
produce fish to the long rod I can help. 
I will show you trails that I cut, then hid, that will take you to the
places you want to be…first. Now guy’s here is the disclaimer; expect tough walks,
difficult wading and long tricky casts with limited casting room.  I do not pick water because it swings
well or looks pretty; I pick water that puts out big fish to the swing.  Bring lots of bugs; you’re going to lose them.                                                                                                                                                                                                       1 angler 300.00, 2angler $400.00 or 3 angler $500

Jim Kerr


Posted in Fly Fishing Classes and Workshops | 2 Comments

2 Responses to More steelhead fishing trips

  1. Marty says:


    Does the Tribal netting schedule you posted earlier for the Duc the same for the Hoh?

    Just dreamin of getting over there in the next few weeks and trying to increase my odds…


  2. I like your style, the fact that your site is a little bit different makes it so interesting, I get fed up of seeing same-old-same-old all of the time. I’ve just stumbled this page for you 😀

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