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The Best of Washington Steelhead and Trout Since 1988
The Best of Washington Steelhead and Trout Since 1988

Olympic Peninsula Winter Steelhead Fishing
& The Quinault Cabin

*Featuring 3 Olympic National Forest Permits

 

2020 Overnight Availability – Updated 12/1/20

Arrive 4, Fish 5, 6, 7, Check out on the 7th (6 spots )
Arrive Feb 7, Fish 8.9,10 Check out the 11th (4 spots)
Arrive Feb 13, Fish 13, 14 Check out the 15th (4 spots
Arrive Feb 20, Fish 21, 22, 23  Check out the 24th (4 spots )
Arrive March 1   Fish 2,3, 4 Check out the 5th   (2 spots)
Arrive March 10,  Fish 11, 12, 13 Check out the 13th (6 spots)
Arrive March 29, Fish 30, 31, 1  Check out the 2nd (4 spots)
Arrive April 2,  Fish 3,4,5  Check out after fishing  (4 spots)
Arrive April 9, Fish 10, 11, 12  Check out the 13th (6 spots)

Call / Text 509.859.2280    jack@theeveninghatch.com

 

 

*DAY TRIPS
Available Dec 20 – April 20   $595 per boat with 2 anglers – $297.50 per person.  We can generally fit you in for a day trip.

*OVERNIGHT FISHING PACKAGES
Available FEB 1 -APRIL 7  $545 per person based on double occupancy – per day/night. Featuring our Quinault Lakeshore Cabin.

 


The Quinault Cabin – Each bedroom has it’s own or, nearby designated bathroom.  The facility is on the lake, spacious and comprised of two separate buildings.  There is also a Jacuzzi on the deck.  We have 4 rivers within 30 minutes or closer.

We always recommend two days fishing if at all possible. Conditions can change quickly.

These are remarkable fish and the Olympic Peninsula fishing is some of the last best for these incredible sea going winter runs. There are a myriad of rivers on the Olympic Peninsula –  These watersheds all originate from the foothills, glaciers and peaks of the Olympic Mountain range. We are well versed in both single hand and double hand rod tactics. Let us know which technique you would like to focus on and we will design a trip for you! From our Quinault Cabin we are within 15 minutes to 1 hour of 6 major rivers. We always recommend two to three days fishing if at all possible. Conditions can change quickly.

Olympic Peninsula
John Gierach on the Olympic Peninsula with us