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Oregon & Washington Steelhead Fly Fishing

by The Addicts

December 09, 2016

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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