Sporadic year overall. Every encounter was appreciated. Some weeks were TOUGH catching, others not as much. The 2017 season closes at the end of the month. Although lots of fish make for a great day, 1 fish is awesome. Finding one fish with a swung fly takes the cake…
Recent fishing has been decent. The above pictured fish came on 2.75 inches of a chartruese dumbell eyed black leech fished behind a 550 I Flight with 10 feet of T-8. In fact two fish ate that combo in the same run within 5 casts. One was landed.
Water clarity is at 4.5 feet with the water temp ranging from 41-44 degrees depending on time and zone.
Dry fly fishing has been predominantly limited to Baetis activity in isolated zones.
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We take people fishing on day and overnight trips featuring our great crews, staff and facilities. Feel free to call us at 509.962.5959 or 509.859.2280 and we will be happy to answer any of your questions. We are grass roots from the get go, and Washington's longest lasting fly fishing guide service...Since 1988. We love what we do.
Each year the Evening Hatch donates a significant amount of time and dollars to a variety of causes and our goal is to donate up to 3% of gross. We have been doing this for the past 25 years and it is our way of giving back. My dad taught me well.