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

Puget Sound Tide and Wind
Seattle Tide & Wind
Tacoma Tide & Wind
Hoodsport Tide & Wind
Whidbey Island Tide & Wind

Questions? Please call us 206-708-7250

Fishing Reports

Seattle Fly Fishing Report - June 15, 2020 - Summer is Coming, We Promise!

Seattle Fly Fishing Report - June 15, 2020 - Summer is Coming, We Promise!

Father's Day is going to coincide almost exactly with the official beginning of summer. With everything that took... more

Seattle Fly Fishing Report - June 13, 2020 - Choices Galore

Seattle Fly Fishing Report - June 13, 2020 - Choices Galore

As we prepare this Seattle fly fishing report this morning from here at the store, the last 7 people in have bee... more

Seattle Fly Fishing Report - June 12, 2020 - Woohoo, It's All Open, Including Us!

Seattle Fly Fishing Report - June 12, 2020 - Woohoo, It's All Open, Including Us!

Wish we could say this has been and easy time, obviously it hasn’t been at all but the world continues to ro... more

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