|The morning bite has been excellent and we rarely miss it. That means putting in at 0:Dark-Thrity and getting up even earlier.
||A downstream river view of Siletz Tidewater. So very quiet and peaceful first thing in the morning.
||A beautiful example of a sea-run cutthroat trout. This fish struck a #8 B & O.
||Good rain the third week of August pulled lots of bluebacks in from estuaries. The time is now for great Sea-run cutthroat fishing.
|On a cloudy day in late August on the Siletz, Ryan landed this awesome blueback. Extremely chrome and fresh from the salt, this fish didn't even have cutt marks yet.
||Working a riffle on the Nestucca for cutthroats and steelhead. The steelhead were a no show on this day, but the Sea-runs were very active.
||The cutts aren't all of the sea run variety this time of year. Shane boated this classic resident coastal cutthroat working the dry line swing.