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Queets River: Lots of water, lots of fish! From the same system as the Sol Duc, the Queets also gets a large run of wild fish. It's also glacial water so sometimes the holes and structure are hard to see. At it's best, the Queets is an optimal steelhead green. The best drift to target wild fish i...
Sol Duc River: Dangerous water, big fish! The Sol Duc may even produce more big fish than the Skagit, but it's not a river for the beginner or even average person on the sticks. There's no other way to say it, this river is Dangerous! This is a must river to go with an experienced guide on THIS r...
Skagit River: Big water, big fish! When I first think about fishing for wild steelhead, the Skagits' catch and release season is the first thing that comes to mind. This is trophy fishing baby! Although the Skagit stretches over 90 miles, I like to concentrate on the upper stretches from Marblemo...