According to many reports and some filtered through fish stories, the steelheading on the Olympic Peninsula has been good so far this year (or last year, since this is a new year technically) and should continue on through the remaining season.
For those of you that want to fish the OP but feel intimidated by the seeming complexity or overwhelming mythology that seems to surround the Peninsula (No I don't mean vampires or werewolves, just the mysterious shroud that is OP steelheading)we may have the perfect opportunity for you, especially if you would like to gather a group of buddies and go on a fishing adventure in the land of mist and giant trees.
Troy Dettman of River Guides LLC.has open dates for individuals or groups in March on the OP. Troy has years of experience and great knowledge about Washington steelheading. His quick wit and humor create an enjoyable fishing experience for everyone.
If you have any questions or just want some more information feel free to call us at the shop or you can contact Troy via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or via his Facebook page, River Guides LLC.
Also for those of you looking for those Issak's Ranch dates we have our dates with Jay Robison in.
Again any inquiries can be sent to the shop at (425)392-3800 or via email@example.com. Issak's is Washington's premier pay to play. It's huge fish and secluded setting make it hard to beat as a destination, especially in spring when most rivers are running high and colored. Prices are $225 per rod. Spots are filling fast so get on it!
Until next time.
Feed Fish Flies, Not Toxins.