Monthly Archives: June 2013

Juicy Eggs Grabbing Salmon & Steelhead on Washington’s Sky

By Todd Daniels | 06/27/2013 I’ve been on the Skykomish for almost a month now and I’m happy to see building numbers of salmon and a fair number of summer steelhead. The river has begun to stabilize. We aren’t getting the high highs and low lows like we did after the snowmelt. The river levels [...]

Juicy Eggs Grabbing Salmon & Steelhead on Washington’s Sky2018-04-18T19:07:51+00:00

Sacramento River Trout Still On Fire

By Chris Shaffer | 06/24/2013 It’s not too often one chooses to fly from Burbank (CA) to Sacramento and then drive two hours north to catch rainbow trout. Meanwhile, my buddy Mike Bogue had been taunting me with photos of big Sacramento River rainbows for two years now. The emails came monthly, with attachments, showcasing [...]

Sacramento River Trout Still On Fire2018-04-18T19:07:52+00:00

When Red & Pink Mix

By Todd Daniels | 06/03/2013 The summer salmon opener here in Northwest Washington passed on Saturday, which means river kings are back on the menu. Over the years I’ve tossed eggs, shrimp and many other baits at them. Meanwhile, one technique that’s stuck with me recently is a cocktail, in which I use shrimp and [...]

When Red & Pink Mix2018-04-18T19:07:52+00:00

Learn To Get The Most Out Of Yarn Balls With Nectar

By Bret Stuart | 06/17/2013 We all use yarn balls and eggs for steelhead. Coming into my summer steelhead season it’s something I turn to daily. However, I’m not the only one employing this technique. Yarn balls are extremely common anywhere trout and steelhead are found. Meanwhile, there are certain altercations us guides use when [...]

Learn To Get The Most Out Of Yarn Balls With Nectar2018-04-18T19:07:53+00:00

Green Proving To Be The Ticket For Salmon

By John Albrich | 06/16/2013 Where I live in Lewiston, Idaho, is 465 miles from the ocean. Being so far from the saltwater, people don’t believe we have a herring bite this far upriver. Meanwhile, every springer hooked on my boat in the short window we had for our springer season was caught on green [...]

Green Proving To Be The Ticket For Salmon2018-04-18T19:07:54+00:00

Ontario Lakers Grabbing Fire Brined Smelt

By Tom Armstrong | 06/14/2013 We've waiting a long time for spring to show in Northwestern Ontario, Canada, but it seems to finally arrived. While it’s not the first time Thunder Bay residents have had ice on lakes and snow in the woods on Victoria Day Weekend. Meanwhile, for the annual spring walleye opener it [...]

Ontario Lakers Grabbing Fire Brined Smelt2018-04-18T19:07:54+00:00

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