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Wobbler Fishing the Columbia River

Posted 5 years ago

Early Fall Wobbler SuccessEvery year, the largest of the Columbia River salmon runsWobbler fishing could be seen as simple and no doubt it is simplistic in nature - that's a large part of the appeal. With that in mind it is the subtleties of the technique that equal payoff. "Hog-lines" form and boats drop anchor, rods are rigged up and lines are dropped; coffee is poured and stories start. Hopefully, if all goes well the rods will fold and nets will fly.You can go out in the Columbia river with a rudimentary knowledge of Wobbler fishing and have success, especially...

Several 20 Pound Steelhead | Addicted!

Posted 5 years ago

Several 20 pound Steelhead on film - Fishing in Washington & Oregon for big wild & hatchery steelhead!Float fishing, drift fishing and many more techniques are used to hook big aggressive fish!Fishing Addicts Northwest - Multiple 20+ pound Steelhead on film!We fished Oregon & Washington to find trophy steelhead, not all in film were in the 20 pound mark as you'll plainly see. We had great fun.Techniques include: jig fishing, pink worms, spinners, spoons & more!

The Best Way to Bleed Salmon & Steelhead

Posted 5 years ago

Steelhead & Salmon are one of the finest in table fare, but why spend all that time catching & preparing fish if you don't take full advantage of the flavor? Properly bleeding a fish is one of the biggest keys to getting the most out of rich, flavorful Steelhead fillets. In this tutorial, Marlin LeFever of Fishing Addicts Northwest will show you how to bleed the fish properly. The fish used in tutorial is a hatchery winter steelhead, caught on a bobber and jig. Hope this helps!We'll keep you updated with tutorials, tips & tricks! Follow us:

Merwin and Yale Kokanee Fishing Tips

Posted 5 years ago

Book an epic Kokanee trip with Cameron Black!Spring-Time KokaneeIf you’re looking to catch Kokanee spring is the time to start. Spring is be the most productive time to pull out these fun and very tasty fish in both Merwin and Yale. Spring is not the only time you have a chance at these fish. You can find them throughout the entire summer but its going to take a little more effort finding them and a lot more weight, preferably a downrigger to get down to them.Early Season Kokanee TacticsEarly in the season, March and April, Kokanee are in large, very concentrated schools near the surface of...

Gearing Up for the June 6th Opener

Posted 5 years ago

As many of you guys might know, the date of June 6th is the opener on many of the West side streams and rivers. Everyday is one day closer to the date. Following the weather patterns in the weeks prior to June is a key thing for your fishing. I for one am always hoping for an early spring thaw so that the rivers I target early June are fish able, unlike last year with the hellatious rain storm the week before triggering a mass thaw blowing out most all of the fisheries. Not only that, it will also determine...

Northern California Fly Fishing

Posted 5 years ago

I moved to Northern California in August 2011 for a change of scenery, to find a career, and to fish new water. The latter being the most important. After years in SW Washington and about a year in SW Montana, I had already fished some amazing and famous waters. But Nor Cal had been on my radar for a long time. I used to spend my summers here and had fished a few local streams recommended by local fly shops, but hadn’t gotten to fish any of the really famous streams, so I was pretty excited when the opportunity popped...

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