It's that time of year again - Winter Steelheading. Anglers will be braving the cold throughout the state for a chance at some "chrome brights!". We are already seeing some reports begin to trickle in. To help you along, Bob Johansen sent me an updated article on steelhead fishing in the saltwater off Ft. Casey. http://washingtonlakes.com/ReadArticle.aspx?id=271
This is an excellent article that will give you ALL the information you need to fish this unique fishery. Check it out!
Dave Graybill's weekly report updates Steelheading on the Methow and Pateros. http://washingtonlakes.com/ReadArticle.aspx?id=391
Sounds like things are heatign up out there.
Meanwhile, the ever-popular Rufus Woods fishery is always a good bet for a shot at a lunker rainbow. Guide Anton Jones of Darrell and Dad's Family Guide Service provides us with his usual in-depth article, this time on Bait Fishing for Triploids at Rufus Woods. http://washingtonlakes.com/ReadArticle.aspx?id=392
Guaranteed to increase your odds of success for these lunker triploids!
Back to lake fishing, Bob Johansen provided us with new updates. King county's Five Mile Lake has a new overview AND exclusive topo map from Bob. http://washingtonlakes.com/LakeInfo.aspx?id=443&t=1
Bob didn't forget Lewis county anglers. Here's a new overview and map for Plummer lake. http://washingtonlakes.com/LakeInfo.aspx?id=146&t=1
And you know if it's from Bob it's got bass in it!