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Welcome to our blog of all things we at Emerald Water Anglers touch and care about in the fly fishing world. This has been quite a journey the past 10+ years, scrolling back we have seen some things coming and we continue to make every effort to have the pulse of where this is sport is headed both here in the PWN and globally.

EWA News — Tagged "trout"

Sprinting Out of 2020...Slowing to Enjoy 2021

Sprinting Out of 2020...Slowing to Enjoy 2021

Wow, I could go on for...forget it, let’s bid 2020 adieu!So long and so on to what I hope is a beloved 2021 and ... more

EWA Fly Fishing Events - May

EWA Fly Fishing events coming up in May and are some things to put on your calendar for sure! As we h... more

Winston Boron III Plus Fly Rod Review

This is a Winston Biii Plus fly rod review and is intended to be informative and as objective as possible for the s... more

Trout Rod Reviews

Photo and Review by Alex Collier With Summer just around the corner (or already arrived depending on who you ask), m... more

Beyond Season's End...A Bleak Look Ahead at Washington's Water Future This m... more

Seattle Times Gets Into Telling Anglers Where to Fish

The Seattle Times is now posting reports from I am not sure who on what was caught where and when both in saltwater (... more

Old Dams Out, New Ones Coming In...?

So I am in a very privileged position to have a number of different agencies keeping me informed on what otherwise mi... more

Oprah and Fly Fishing - from Skate the Fly

There is a commonality amongst us EWA and related folk. Sometimes it is hard to find, other times it is getting hi... more

A Guide Laments - Issue #2

This doesn't look so bad I know, but keep reading... So we know it is a part of our job, a job we have chosen to da... more

Tight Quarters - Volume 1

As a fly fishing guide, and one taking this profession seriously, I love nothing more than clients new to the sport.... more

Way early but not complaining...

It is a bit early in the year to be focusing on the forks of the Snoqualmie but, when the flows are around 500 on t... more

First "Hatch" of the Year in Puget Sound

Hatches as most people consider them don't really occur in the the local saltwater of Puget Sound but for those of ... more

I Like Big Bugs

There is something about skwala stoneflies that just plain gets me excited! Maybe its because in a few select Western... more

Upper Yakima...

If you're looking for some fish to take your mind off of the pitiful state of the Puget Sound Steelhead for an afte... more