28 01, 2015

Northern Michigan Steelhead Action Slow, But Improving


By Kyle McClelland | 01/28/2015 If I had to choose one word to summarize the beginning of our winter steelhead season in Northern Michigan it would be "struggle." So far, this has been one of the worst winters for chasing chrome I've experienced. Nevertheless, there remains enough steelhead in our streams to keep me pursuing [...]

Northern Michigan Steelhead Action Slow, But Improving2019-10-31T08:52:05-07:00
22 01, 2015

Central Tennessee Rainbows Taking Center Stage


By Chris Shaffer | 01/22/2015 A decade ago winter trout fishing in the greater Nashville area was unheard of. Cold river, creek and lake temperatures kept the bass bite in check and many anglers at home. Fortunately, a Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency sponsored program to stock droves of trout mainly in the Nashville and Memphis [...]

Central Tennessee Rainbows Taking Center Stage2019-10-31T08:52:05-07:00
20 01, 2015

California North Coast Steelhead Roundup


By Alan Borges | 01/20/2015 This year from the Eureka area on California’s North Coast to Brookings, Oregon, we’ve had two really good storms. These storms keep our rivers from being too low and clear to fish, while also bringing in fresh steelhead. This winter our rivers have had decent numbers of fish in them. [...]

California North Coast Steelhead Roundup2019-10-31T08:52:05-07:00
18 01, 2015

Making Steelhead Candy


By Andy Martin | 01/18/2015 When it comes to winter steelhead fishing on the West Coast, few things are as effective as naturally cured salmon or steelhead eggs. Presented properly, steelhead often can't resist a natural-colored cluster of roe as it drifts down the river. In 10 years of guiding, and many years fishing on [...]

Making Steelhead Candy2019-10-31T09:22:34-07:00
15 01, 2015