Stefan Woodruff shows off a sweet steelhead.
Photo via Facebook
In this podcast Stefan Woodruff—senior guide with Ellensburg Angler in Washington State—reveals (some of) his secrets for catching steelhead, plus an overview of the steelhead . . .
Written by: Stefan Woodruff, Ellensburg Angler
Winter fishing in the PNW involves going tiny with midges or going big with streamers.
Photo courtesy Ellensburg Angler
For most, winter fly fishing in the Pacific Northwest revolves around one species: winter steelhead. And while chasing chrome-bright fish in swollen coastal rivers can be a challenging and . . .
Dan Nolten shows off a huge rainbow from eastern Washington.
Photo courtesy Dan Nolten
Our Fourth of July Made-in-the-USA Giveaway received more than 12,000 entries, and when I hit the button to reveal the randomly selected winner this morning, the name that popped out was. . .
Here’s a powerful video featuring Todd Fuchigami, a guide for Ellensburg Angler in Ellensburg, Washington. (You may remember his big smallmouth, which we posted last month.) This clip is. . .
When your trout river is blown out, it’s time to see if anything else is biting.
Photo by Mike Canady
Mike Canady of Ellensburg Angler in Ellensburg, Washington, sent in this great photo of his fellow guide, Todd Fuchigami with a big fish and a big smile. The Yakima River was blown out, so. . .
In 2011, the Wild Steelhead Coalition teamed up with the Skagit River System Cooperative and Orvis to use drone technology to map out and survey a critical habitat-restoration project on. . .
Jason Cotta shows off a Klamath River steelhead.
Photo courtesy Jason Cotta
In this week’s podcast, we continue our series on steelhead fishing by going into even more detail on demystifying the terms used in two-handed casting, when to use a Spey or a switch. . .
Written by: Leland Miyawaki, former Fishing Manager, Orvis Bellevue (WA)
A beautifully marked sea-run cutthroat caught on the surface with a Miyawaki Beach Popper.
Photo courtesy Leland Miyawaki
When fly fishers think of the Pacific Northwest, they think of wild rivers full of salmon and big wild steelhead. But when the salmon are still meandering their way down from Alaska and the. . .
Written by: Jon Tobey
This fish might come up on Jon’s next annual review. . .and not in a good way.
Photo by Jon Tobey
My boss’s Outlook calendar looks like a poorly played game of Tetris, but I finally managed to sneak in a meeting for 3:30 on a Thursday afternoon: “Strategy and Tactics, Oncorhynchus. . .
As summer enters the home stretch, here’s a killer video about a completely different season: winter steelheading on Washington’s Olympic Peninsula’s tumbling glacial rivers. The filmmaker must have been psyched to have captured every piece of. . .