Desert Spring Creeks, Eastern Washington
On the east side of the Cascade Mountains lies some of Washington's best trout fishing. We are not talking about the Yakima or Grande Ronde Rivers either, we are talking about small, rarely heard of spring creeks that are home to some of the states largest brown and rainbow trout.
Many of these creeks are no more than 20 feet wide in most places, and run gin clear all year long. For this reason, the trout are as timid and spooky as any spring creek trout you will find anywhere. When anything new or unnatural breaks the horizon of the shoreline, the fish will immediately run for cover and will be down for the majority of the day, if not longer.
For this reason, fishing these creeks with a fly rod requires extremely competent casting skills and line management with all types of lines and flies from precarious positions along their banks. Occassionally situations allow for stepping into the water but not very often.
Because these creeks are so fragile, they are unable to handle the everyday traffic of anglers. Therefore we only offer this trip on a limited basis so as to not over fish these amazing fisheries.
For more information on this trip, contact us directly.
Menu options for full day trips -- Lunch
Clothing and equipment checklist -- Summer
| Full day walk and wade trip for 1 or 2 anglers
|Tax Not Included
||Demo equipment is available for all these trips.
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