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Seattle Fly Fishing Resources

Current River Levels
Yakima River - Ideal for Wading 700-1500cfs/Float 1000-3500cfs - Current Level
Cle Elum River - Ideal for Wading 150-350cfs - Current Level
MF Snoqualmie River - Ideal for Wading 250-800cfs - Current Level
SF Snoqualmie River - Ideal for Wading 50-350cfs - Current Level
Snoqualmie River - Ideal for Wading 300-1500cfs/Float 750-1500cfs - Current Level
Cedar River - Ideal for Wading 150-600cfs - Current Level
Skykomish River - Ideal for Fishing 700-7000cfs - Current Level
Skagit River - Ideal for Fishing 2000-9000cfs - Current Level
Sauk River - Ideal for Fishing 600-3000cfs - Current Level
Hoh River - Ideal for Fishing 1200-3500cfs - Current Level
Queets River - Ideal for Fishing 1500-400cfs - Current Level
Cowlitz River - Ideal for Fishing 1800-7500cfs - Current Level

Yakima River Hatch Chart
Hatch Chart - Basic Entomology

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Seattle Tide & Wind
Tacoma Tide & Wind
Hoodsport Tide & Wind
Whidbey Island Tide & Wind

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Fishing Reports — Tagged "carp fly fishing"

Seattle Fly Fishing Report - August 6, 2020 - Warm to Hot!

Seattle Fly Fishing Report - August 6, 2020 - Warm to Hot!

Amazing over the past decade or so how different our entry into summer has been in the area. Read more deeply i... more

Seattle Fly Fishing Report - June 29, 2020 - Cool Weather/Low Water

Seattle Fly Fishing Report - June 29, 2020 - Cool Weather/Low Water

Well we finally coincided summer with some cool weather resulting in some nice low water flows on local rivers a... more

Report: Carp Jamboree 2018

Report: Carp Jamboree 2018

The weather was tough this year for the Second Annual Carp Jamboree at Banks Lake. The wind blew hard, stirring up... more