- Easily Store Pre-Tied Leaders
- Winter Chrome – New Addicted Apparel & Scents Available
- Tune Plugs and Hook Up More
- The BEST Way to Fillet a Salmon or Steelhead
- The Pink Worm Primer
- Float Fishing for Big Steelhead! Part 1
- Rigging Coon Shrimp for Steelhead
- Pink Worm & Diver Setup
- Easily carry your bonked fish!
- Summer Steelhead Fishing in Washington
Salmon & Steelhead Fishing Tools
Salmon and Steelhead Fishing is not an easy task. Fishing for any trophy fish is not an easy task! It takes a lot of dedication, research, practice, and time to master. Fishing requires a ton of education and preparation before you can become successful, especially salmon and steelhead fishing!
In the morning when you wake up to hit the river for some winter steelhead, you need to check the water level, before you decide to venture to some new river and explore, you should check the smolt releases. If your heading out salmon fishing in the ocean or the Columbia river, you need to check the tides! Are you looking to go catch a big largemouth bass in Washington or Oregon, I’d suggest checking the lunar tables. The point is… In a day and age when the internet is upon us, we should take advantage of every facet of it to become better fishermen.
Below are some links to other websites that we use as tools for the trade! Each one of these needs to be checked regularly in correlation with adequate time spent on the water. Feel free to email us if you have questions on what we use ANY of these for.
|River Flow Levels|
|Check The Wind|
|Is It A Full Moon?|
|Look Up Maps|
|Check Te Weather|
|Look At Some Fish|
Bonneville Fish Cam
|Lets All Chat|
|When Is Sun Up & Down|
Sunrise & Sunset
Quality Fishing Gear
|See Our Videos|
|Learn Some Knots|
|Boat Launch Locations