Oregon Coast Summer Steelhead, Fall Chinook and Sea-Run Trout. Fall, 2012
The diversity of species and locations on the Oregon Coast make it a treasured places as the leaves begin to fall.
The reward for a wet day of November fishing.
Almost like Ohio...
Steve travelled from Ohio's steelhead alley to try our Oregon Summer Steelheading.
Four Weight Fun!
Sea-Run Cutthroat numbers were excellent this season.
Big bright chinook on a small river with light tackle... awesome.
Sea-Lice Native Steelhead
A set of big tides in late August led to some epic swing conditions for native summer steelhead
A Hen for Henry
On an day in early November, Henry had a limit of Kings by 10am. Not too shabby.
This lovely cutthroat took a stripped Spruce. One of our favorite Fall patterns.
Some rivers get an small run of late Summer Kings. We found this fish at the top of tidewater in late August.
First Rain Magic
The boys from Montana got lucky and fished through the first rains of the Fall, hooking 20 salmon and steelhead on flies in three days of fishing.
First Winter Steelhead
As Thanksgiving approaches, the first of the Winter steelhead begin to show. We caught this one on November 16