- 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
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Marlin’s Largemouth Bass Primer
Marlin Lefever shares his most consistent tactics for catching bass. Spring, Summer, Fall…largemouth bass act different during different seasons and stages of the spawn. Some baits do produce consistently over others during the many seasons. The first...
- Posted May 31, 2017
Columbia River Shad Takedowns
The Columbia River Shad run provides fantastic action and enjoyment, especially on light gear. In the video below, Gone Catchin’ Guide Service gets into multiple shad on kokanee rods and has all sorts of fun with the...
- Posted May 31, 2017
2017 Goes Down As One Of The Most Challenging Spring Chinook Seasons To Date
Let me start this article by saying that the first person this summer that complains about it being too hot, should be tarred, feathered and drug through the streets…… I don’t know what we did to tick...
- Posted April 28, 2017
The Quickest Way to Fillet a Kokanee
Fillet a kokanee QUICK with this short tutorial video. In this video Marlin shows how he fillets kokanee. When you get back to the dock after a long day of fishing, you want to make sure you...
- Posted April 17, 2017
WDFW has stocked more than 16 million trout and kokanee in lakes statewide!
WDFW NEWS RELEASE Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife 600 Capitol Way North, Olympia, WA 98501-1091 http://wdfw.wa.gov/ April 13, 2017 Contact: Steve Thiesfeld, 360-902-2662 Trout stocking crews active across Washington; Preparations continue for April 22 opening day...
- Posted April 13, 2017
Wrapping Salmon Plugs with Coonshrimp or Prawn
We highly recommend wrapping salmon plugs with bait to add the extra edge on triggering a bite. The action of the plug must still be tuned properly while being wrapped with bait. By using the proper baits...
- Posted April 5, 2017
Why Salmon & Steelhead are Disappearing – Part I – Spawning Streams
There are so many hurdles facing salmon and steelhead, it’s a wonder there are any left. Though they are a resilient species, they are not invincible. History shows us that great abundance was the norm before fish...
- Posted March 19, 2017
What Makes Spring Chinook Different? | Fish Species
Spring Chinook, as defined in the Columbia River region, are often regarded as the best-tasting salmon in the world. The fishery is a highly anticipated time that brings multitudes of anglers to both boat and bank, to...
- Posted March 18, 2017
How to Setup & Troll Walleye Effectively
The bottom-walker trolling setup is without a doubt one of the most popular and effective rigs used to target walleye. Whether you are a midwest angler, fishing Minnesota, Wisconsin and Lake Erie tributaries, or a Pacific Northwest...
- Posted February 20, 2017
What’s Happening in 2017 for Spring Chinook | Forecast
The 2017 Spring Chinook Season Predications/Forecast in Columbia River The Columbia River Spring Chinook Run is likely the most anticipated fishery in the Columbia River basin. Though the fall fishery usually has much higher numbers bound for...
- Posted February 17, 2017
A Podcast for Anglers & Fishing Addicts!
We all love talking fishing. Listen on iTunes – Listen on Google Play – Listen on Podbay (Please Subscribe & Leave a Review!) Whether it is day-dreaming about fishing during the day, or researching new techniques at night,...
- Posted January 26, 2017
USA Hand-Made Landing Nets Only $129.99 | Steelhead, Salmon, Trout
All NEW Addicted Product out now. The ADDICTED Landing Net USA hand-crafted landing nets for safely landing and handling salmon, steelhead, trout and other fish species. Order today and get your last name stamped into the wood...
- Posted January 12, 2017
Hot Fishing in Cold Weather | Walleye, Steelhead, Rafting and Wading
EPISODE II Jan 2017 The Addicted Fishing Podcast talking Walleye and Steelhead fishing in cold weather, among other Fishing interests. Discussing : The endless possibilities of the Columbia River fisheries. Rafting and wading essential knowledge. Listen Now...
- Posted January 12, 2017
Walleye Jig Fishing Techniques in Cold Water & Conditions
Walleye Jig Fishing Techniques in Cold Water & Conditions TJ Hester of www.hesterssportfishing.com fishes Walleye year round on the Columbia River. He fishes for Columbia River Walleye using trolling, jig and blade-bait techniques. His techniques are built...
- Posted January 8, 2017
Merwin Reservoir Washington | Tiger Muskie on Swimbait
It’s no secret that there are some large tiger muskie up in some of the reservoir areas of Columbia basin rivers and tributaries. Planted to filter out pike-minnow (squawfish), they are an excellent opportunity. Tiger Muskie exist in many...
- Posted January 3, 2017
What’s up with the Addicts? | Addicted Fishing Podcast Ep. 1
Winter Fishing & What’s Up With The Addicts! Addicted Fishing Podcast Ep. 1 The Addicted Fishing Podcast is here! In the pilot episode of our fishing podcast – we talk about winter fishing opportunities for steelhead, new...
- Posted December 28, 2016
Easily Store Pre-Tied Leaders
If you’d like an easy, cheap and efficient way to store fishing leaders – watch this video where Cameron Black discusses how you can do this using basic materials. Gaining efficiency tips will help your odds in...
- Posted December 14, 2016
Late Fall & Early Winter Kokanee Fishing
The advent of late fall and winter often brings some excellent kokanee prospects on lakes in Washington. Yale, Stevens, Chelan and many other areas offer the opportunity to get into kokanee on a consistent basis. Watch as Cameron...
- Posted December 6, 2016
One of the Top Freshwater Bait Rigs EVER!
If you fish lakes, ponds or even for surf perch, you should be using this rig! Built to present two baits at once “The Crappie Rig” is an expert way to do that, with minimal snagging. In...
- Posted November 26, 2016
Addicted Scents – Proven, Deadly Salmon & Steelhead Scents
Fishing scents are an interesting and fascinating factor. Different blends and types scents achieve success in freshwater & saltwater fisheries. They are one of the variables of fishing that is difficult to detect in a distant angler....
- Posted November 23, 2016
The BEST Way to Fillet a Salmon or Steelhead
Preserving and preparing your catch with efficiency helps at the end of a long day. When you get home from a long day of fishing whether on the bank or boat, it’s nice to have some tricks...
- Posted November 23, 2016
Curing Coon Shrimp The Easy Way
This video on curing coon shrimp should give you good start on how to cure your own Steelhead coon shrimp. With this proven method you will catch fish out on the river! This is a very simple,...
- Posted June 7, 2016
Winter Steelhead Videos 2016
The 2015-2016 Winter Steelhead Season was one for the record books! We struggled with horrible water conditions a lot of the time but when the water was fishable, the FISHING WAS GOOD! In this video we fish...
- Posted May 19, 2016
Spring Chinook Secrets! FISHING SEMINAR
Northwest Anglers Convention Up your catch rate – hone your program. March 5th & 6th Buy tickets now – nwanglersconvention.com A much anticipated event – this seminar in Portland Oregon is a meeting of the minds on...
- Posted February 24, 2016
Bucktail Spinners…#1 for Muskies!
Bucktail Spinners…..#1 for Muskies! As winter draws to a close and the weather warms my thoughts turn from chasing winter Steelhead to hunting Tiger Muskies. Musky fishing and throwing big Spinners with dressed up hooks (Bucktails) go...
- Posted February 23, 2016
Addicted Apparel Back Online!
After a long drawn out wait for everyone we finally have our apparel back up online! Please tell all your friends and family to come support their addiction!
- Posted October 12, 2015
“How-To” | Rigging Pro Troll Flashers & Brad’s Superbaits for Fall Chinook
In this video Cameron from Team Dusky explains from start to finish exactly how to rig this set up the way we do it. By now it’s no secret to anyone that these set ups work! Pro...
- Posted October 6, 2015
The Pink Worm Primer
The infamous “pink worm” has made its way into steelheaders tackle over the years and has a growing number of believers. These simple plastic worms, which come in many more colors than pink, can be a deadly...
- Posted February 13, 2015
Chinook Fishing | “How To” Properly Tune A Salmon Plug By Brad’s Killer Fishing Gear
Tuning A Salmon Plug for Chinook salmon can be effective in the fall and the spring season. This awesome info graphic by Brad’s Fishing shows you how to properly tune a plug and the different methods to...
- Posted February 10, 2015
Incredible coho salmon fishing!
When coho salmon first arrive in the river from the ocean, they are aggressive and territorial. Saltwater coho are known for following/eating fast baits and fighting acrobatically. When they decide to enter the estuary and then move...
- Posted December 31, 2014
Easily carry your bonked fish!
“How-To” easily transport and carry fish while bank fishing. When you’re bank fishing down a long, muddy trail during the middle of winter, it’s easy to get tired of hauling fish out! Not that catching fish is...
- Posted October 23, 2014
Bobbers Drain! Oregon Chinook Fishing
Watch as floats drain for Oregon Coastal chinook! Chinook fishing in smaller rivers and streams can be a very exciting experience. In this video the Addicts take their floats, jigs and baits to the Oregon Coast. Watch...
- Posted October 23, 2014
Washington’s 7 Tiger Musky Lakes
The evergreen state currently has 7 Musky lakes, with the lakes spread fairly evenly from the west side of the state to the east. The lakes are planted annually with one Musky per every 2 acres. The WDFW...
- Posted September 11, 2014
Wobbler Fishing With Bobbers
Why Bobber the Wobbler? We’ve been blessed these last few years along the Columbia River with great runs of King Salmon. This fall season brings good weather, great fishing, and mostly a party-like atmosphere among the hog-lined...
- Posted August 12, 2014
Hog-Line Etiquette | Anchor Fishing For Salmon
Anchor Fishing For Salmon on the Columbia River This fall the Columbia River will a large run of chinook salmon blasting through tidewater all the way to the upper reaches. Fishermen all over will hitch up boats...
- Posted July 31, 2014
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- Posted July 17, 2014
Introducing Dave’s Tangle Free
On a yearly basis new products arrive on the fishing scene. Rarely does one make a splash like Dave’s Tangle Free. Lead has long been the standard for weight in terminal gear setups for Salmon & Steelhead. Drift...
- Posted July 11, 2014
3 Rules for Handling Steelhead
I remember fishing the summer of 2013 for Fall Chinook on the lower Columbia. As we held anchor in deeper water we watched the summer steelhead fishermen on the sandy banks, plunking for Steelhead. They we’re doing...
- Posted May 20, 2014