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Wynoochee River Steelhead

Postby DriftingTheNorthwest » Fri Dec 23, 2016 4:28 pm

In the days after Christmas where will the best bank access for steelhead be?
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Re: Wynoochee River Steelhead

Postby dj2loud » Fri Dec 23, 2016 4:55 pm

good luck for an answer.... Not many are willing to give you locations..... lol.....
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Re: Wynoochee River Steelhead

Postby DriftingTheNorthwest » Fri Dec 23, 2016 6:45 pm

Yes, I realize this but I have to at least try.
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Re: Wynoochee River Steelhead

Postby jonb » Sat Dec 24, 2016 11:55 pm

Just pick a spot and try. If someone does give you a spot, the likelyhood will be that it is a combat infested inferior hole, the type of hole that should be avoided at all cost. The best bet is to look on google maps and find the gnarliest most sloggiest **** show of a bushwhack you can find and fish there. If you have to pack rope and repel down a cliff then thats a bonus. The less people the better.
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Re: Wynoochee River Steelhead

Postby AJFishdude » Sun Jan 01, 2017 10:10 pm

jonb wrote:Just pick a spot and try. If someone does give you a spot, the likelyhood will be that it is a combat infested inferior hole, the type of hole that should be avoided at all cost. The best bet is to look on google maps and find the gnarliest most sloggiest **** show of a bushwhack you can find and fish there. If you have to pack rope and repel down a cliff then thats a bonus. The less people the better.


I've never fished the Wynoochee, but I would agree with Jon's statement. Don't do anything stupid, but there is a lot to be said for hitting "uncharted" water.
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