28 07, 2013

Chinook & Sockeye Invading Upper Columbia River


By Brad Wagner | 07/28/2013 Considering we see thousands of summer run Chinook and tens of thousands of chrome bright sockeye, late summer is one of the best times to fish North Central Washington. This season anticipation is high as we are poised for a strong run of Chinook and a decent number of sockeye [...]

Chinook & Sockeye Invading Upper Columbia River2018-04-18T19:07:42-07:00
25 07, 2013

A Guide Secret: Use Dough Bait To Catch More Halibut


By Nick Kester | 07/25/2013 Using dough bait to catch more halibut isn’t standard practice, but as effective as it is, it should be. In fact, it’s quickly becoming a staple in my area and will become more widely used as anglers realize how easy it is to employ, and more important how well it [...]

A Guide Secret: Use Dough Bait To Catch More Halibut2018-04-18T19:07:43-07:00
23 07, 2013

Scented FireCorn Catching Summer Kokanee


By Duane Inglin | 07/23/2013 For me kokanee fishing is enjoyable because you are constantly busy. Encountering these little critters doesn’t just happen. You need to be on your game adjusting depth and changing gear (dodgers, types of lures, leader lengths, bait). Whether you purchase manufactured lures or enjoy creating your own for kokanee there [...]

Scented FireCorn Catching Summer Kokanee2018-04-18T19:07:43-07:00
22 07, 2013

Stampede Kokanee Starting To Show


By Rick Kennedy | 07/22/2013 The kokanee fishing at Stampede the last couple of years was not necessarily the best in the state. Therefore I pursued other opportunities such as Tahoe and Berryessa kokanee. Now, I bought this new boat with the plan of going back to the Sacramento and Feather River for the salmon [...]

Stampede Kokanee Starting To Show2018-04-18T19:07:44-07:00
18 07, 2013