20 12, 2010

Glow Baby Glow


By Bill Divens | 12/20/2010 Having spent countless days guiding Northern California and Southern Oregon rivers, I've discovered that underwater visibility of bait is one key ingredient to catching more salmon. Employing simple optical concepts puts more salmon in the box. While we'll only be scratching the surface on this topic, let's start our exploration [...]

Glow Baby Glow2018-04-18T19:09:10-07:00
13 12, 2010

Shrimp Cures That Catch Steelhead


By Brian Kelly | 12/13/2010 Shrimp are a highly utilized bait in the Pacific Northwest steelhead scene since they are fairly common and are a natural food source for the ocean going steelhead. But, shrimp are beginning to catch on here in the Great Lakes, too, as the chrome transplants from the West Coast have [...]

Shrimp Cures That Catch Steelhead2018-04-18T19:09:10-07:00
3 12, 2010

Fall Salmon Fishing on the Smaller Streams of the Wild Rivers Coast


By Paul LeFebvre | 12/03/2010 On the Southern Oregon/Northern California Coast we can fish for salmon every month of the year except for January and February. As the year progresses from summer into fall the Southern Oregon Coast angler shifts from the larger river systems like the Klamath and the Rogue to the smaller, shorter, [...]

Fall Salmon Fishing on the Smaller Streams of the Wild Rivers Coast2018-04-18T19:09:11-07:00