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  • Cedar River
  • Skagit River
  • Skykomish River
  • Snoqulamie River
  • Stillaguamish River
  • Sauk River
  • Yakima River
  • South Puget Sound
  • Seattle Area Beaches
  • Kitsap Peninsula/Whidbey Island
  • Basin Lakes
  • Okanagon Lakes
  • Dry Falls/Rocky Ford
  • Lone/Pass Lakes

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    The Avid Angler
    Cedar River

    Open June through August for trout. This fishery is in the city! Hard fighting rainbow and cutthroat inhabit this urban fishery. Ample access along Maple Valley highway above and below Hwy 18. The Cedar is closed to fishing above the Landsburg Bridge. Streamers and very effective, along with nymphing and dryflies. The shop can show you where to access and what bugs are working best.

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    Skagit River

    Species: Steelhead, salmon, sea-run cutthroat. Typically open June through January. Seasons may change at any time. Check the WDFW website to receive email updates on rule changes.

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    Skykomish River

    Species: Steelhead, salmon, sea-run cutthroat. Typically open June through January. Seasons may change at any time. Click here for rule update.

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    Snoqulamie River

    Below Snoqulamie Falls - Species: Steelhead, salmon, sea-run cutthroat. Typically open June through January. Seasons may change at any time. Check the WDFW website to receive email updates on rule changes.

    Above Snoqualmie Falls - Rainbow and Cutthroat trout. Check with the shop for details on wadeable river levels, hatches, classes and guided trips on the Snoqualmie River.

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    Stillaguamish River

    Species: Steelhead, salmon, sea-run cutthroat. Typically open June through January. Seasons may change at any time. Check the WDFW website to receive email updates on rule changes.

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    Sauk River

    Species: Steelhead, salmon, sea-run cutthroat. Typically open June through January. Seasons may change at any time. Check the WDFW website to receive email updates on rule changes.

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    Yakima River

    Open year round for trout fishing. Wade fishing is best in the spring and fall as the flows are down. Summer irrigation demands creates an advantage to anglers that float the river. Our guides are safe and know the river, and its fish.

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    South Puget Sound

    Primary fly caught species - resident Coho salmon, sea-run cutthroat. The south sound fishes best in the spring and summer as fish are leaving or staging near their natal streams.

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    Seattle Area Beaches

    Local beaches offer good access to salmon and sea-run cutthroat. Let us point you in the right direction when fishing the Puget Sound. We offer classes and guided excursions on this fishery.

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    Kitsap Peninsula/Whidbey Island

    In the spring, sea-run cutthroat, bull trout and millions of salmon smolt spill out of the S Rivers. The north sound fishes best in the mid-summer through the fall, when baitfish bring salmon and cutthroat to the shallows to feed.

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    Basin Lakes

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    Okanagon Lakes

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    Dry Falls/Rocky Ford

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    Report coming soon!

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    Lone/Pass Lakes

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