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Thanksgiving hatchery Steelhead marks the true beginning of the annually awaited return of the ocean run rainbow trout. It's on!
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Conditions allowed for a few more nice Salmon photos.
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11/24/18
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Fall Salmon Season is in swing. Late arrival of rains pushed some of the Coho runs well into this month. So, Book Today for your fall trip. We are also expecting the arrival of this year's first hatchery Steelhead within the coming weeks so get ready for winter hatchery and wild Steelhead season! Call now to reserve preferred dates.
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11/6/18
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February Steelhead fishing on the Olympic Peninsula with SLG is awesome!
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Local rivers are coming into shape. I have seen a lot of guides still trying to make trips on the Bogie despite its not fishing and being highly colored. Please check to be sure that your guide has local knowledge about rivers/fishing and are able to "guide" you in the area. Sparkling Waters are doing just that and thus the Sol Duc is shaping up very nicely just as there have been rumors of a few hatchery Spring Kings. We are busy through the months of May and June but are taking reservations for summer trout, (Steelhead, Ocean Run Cutties, resident trout), Summer Chinook, and fall Coho. Come see what's in the river!!
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Clarity of rivers is improving with the cool/clear weather of the last 24 hours. Sunny weather over the weekend should bring great days on the rivers and set up for early week fishing as well. Come join us for a scenic or Salmon fishing/ Steelhead fishing float as spring finally arrives!
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March 16, 2017: Bouldermetric visibility report

Sol Duc: 0.5 boulder
Bogachiel 0 boulder
Calawah 1 boulder
Hoh 0 boulder

High rivers are difficult for catching fish, but bring the promise of new fish from the ocean.
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March 15, 2017: Spring rains should bring in Spring Kings. We will let you know when we confirm that they are in!
Sol Duc 0 boulder
Bogachiel 0 boulder
Calawah 0.5 boulder
Hoh 0 boulder
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Tuesday, March 14, 2017: Bouldermetrics visibility standard 1 boulder = 4 feet

Sol Duc: 1 boulder
Bogachiel 0 boulder
Calawah 0.5 boulder
Hoh 0 boulder

Fish are still in the rivers and upper Sol Duc may produce better visibility with holding fish. Get out there, stay safe and get on the fish! Call for a shuttle or local guide and river advice.
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