Quick Facts and Pricing
- December – April
- Ideal Flows
- Full day 8-9 hours fishing time
- From Seattle
- 2 1/2 hours
- Prices do not include WA sales tax
- Wild Steelhead
- We are proponents of swinging flies with two handed/spey rods on all our steelhead trips and are more than happy to provide personal instruction on becoming proficient with them. What we generally recommend is spey rods 6-9wt. depending on season with compact Skagit or Scandi heads and various sinking tips.
- Bunny Leeches, Egg Sucking Leeches, Flatwing General Practitioners, Mega Moal, Skagit Minnows, Morrish’s Trailer Trash, River Rats, Fergus Rock Star, Skunks, Purple Perils, Skykomish Sunrises for steelhead.
- 6 – 2/0 flies depending on season
- Shore lunch included on Full Day Trips
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Pricing: Full Day $525 – $100 Additional 3rd Angler – All Equipment Included
Season: December – April
Species: Wild Steelhead
While the Forks region of the Olympic Peninsula garners the bulk of the attention for its large native steelhead, the southern portion of it is home to some sleeper rivers known mostly to locals…and for good reason.
Amongst these rivers is the Satsop River which begins as twin river that join to form one of the most prolific wild steelhead rivers on the lower O.P.
Nice runs give swing anglers ample water to test their skills with the two handed rod, allowing their fly to pass over some of the nicest looking water the state of Washington has to offer.
Fish range in size from 8 to the mid teens and while there is a hatchery run of fish here as well, we prefer to utilize this watershed as a wild fish fishery.
The Satsop is about 2 and a half hours south and west of Seattle, just close enough to make a long day trip out of from the city.