The rivers of Oregon and Washington hold impressive, resilient fish. Despite tough habitat conditions and constant fishing pressure, there is still opportunity to find both summer and winter steelhead - year round.
Fly fishing for steelhead, whether it be using dry flies, streamers, nymphs...etc. - it's an art that results in high-flying fish when you connect.
You'll see both hatchery and wild steelhead in this video - summer run and winter run specimens that decided to take a chance on a fly.
Finding steelhead fly fishing requires a perseverance and ability to read water. While many areas of the river may hold fish, some are hard to present a fly in. Here you'll see fish caught in riffles, tailouts pools and a few other river structures.
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