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Huge Rainbows and Bull Trout

Posted August 04, 2015

Our fly-fishing fanatic members have been all over the northwest in search of big rainbow trout. In this video, they find all that and a little more. Rainbows, cutties and bull trout are all present in this highlight reel of 2012 fly fishing.Video edited by Rob Mcclroy.

Winter Steelhead Fishing 2011-2012

Posted August 04, 2015

Parts 1 & 2This is a highlight reel of our 2011 and 2012 winter steelhead season, spent in Washington and Oregon state. We have a broad range of videos on our site but this one hearkens back to a time of cold weather, great friends and excellent fishing. Follow the Fishing Addicts as they take to the bank in search of big winter steelhead.

Tying the Surgeons Knot

Posted August 04, 2015

One of the most popular knots in fly fishing, the surgeons knot enables the fisherman to tie an impenetrable loop knot. Watch as Cody shares his tying technique in this easy-to-watch tutorial video.If you're looking for more tying videos, please leave a comment below with your request.

Portland Oregon Sturgeon Fishing

Posted March 10, 2015

Portland, Oregon is weird. In fact a lot people love the city for its weirdness. I’ve had had my commute to the fishing grounds interrupted by hordes of naked bike rides, random people walking around in pirate costumes, and long lines at the doughnut store waiting to grab a doll shaped doughnut with a pretzel sticking out of it. There is also a vegan strip club…if you are into that kind of thing.I do not consider myself particularly weird and am willing to look past Portlandia’s eccentricities. For one it has more breweries, nearly 40 at last count, within its...

The Pink Worm Primer

Posted February 13, 2015

The infamous "pink worm" has made its way into steelheaders tackle over the years and has a growing number of believers. These simple plastic worms, which come in many more colors than pink, can be a deadly approach when drifted or floated.  The worm approach is most popularly used in higher water, but they are more dynamic than that. Worms can be fished under almost any water condition and are known to catch steelhead all over the west coast, not to mention trout and the occasional salmon!This big wild fish ate a nightmare worm in low-light, clear water conditions. put a worm...

Chinook Fishing | "How To" Properly Tune A Salmon Plug By Brad's Killer Fishing Gear

Posted February 10, 2015

Tuning A Salmon Plug for Chinook salmon can be effective in the fall and the spring season. This awesome info graphic by Brad's Fishing shows you how to properly tune a plug and the different methods to use when fishing one of these plugs for Chinook. Read through the info graphic and feel free to comment if you have any questions.

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