• Meetup on the Clearwater

  • A place for readers to talk about river fishing in Washington.
A place for readers to talk about river fishing in Washington.
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 #233585  by SkinnyBagOfBones
 Tue Jan 31, 2017 8:13 am
Hey friends, I'm new to the forum and just wanted to thank everyone for the detailed reports and information.

A buddy and I are headed to the Clearwater on February 16th, we'll be there through the 18th. We fly fish, but respect and enjoy all kinds of fishing. My question is if anyone is interested in meeting up and fishing with us, food, lodging and tackle is on us. A drift boat would be excellent. We could learn the river on our own but I like making new friends and learning from people who know the river better than I do.

Also willing to trade some access to private water in Utah and Colorado. Send me a shout out if you're in for a meetup!
 #233590  by rpbfishin
 Tue Jan 31, 2017 9:15 am
Gotcha. I'm a fly guy too and always looking for a new swingin' buddy. But I'm in western WA. Thought you might have been talking about the Clearwater over here on the OP.
 #234052  by buzzardbait2
 Wed Feb 15, 2017 1:34 pm
outstanding river to fly fish, the majority of the river is easily accessed from the road, you couldn't fish all the roadside access in two days. this river is the perfect place for two handed spey. boats, we don't need no stinking boat! about 30 miles upstream from Lewiston you can find peck Idaho where most fly fishing on the Clearwater from the road begins, at Peck Hole. you will also find one of the coolest fly shops anywhere known as the Red Shed. http://www.redshedflyshop.com/