In forks for a few days, steelhead help please

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  1. duecedad

    duecedad New Member

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    I'm visiting from Alaska for a few days starting Saturday and would love to catch some steelhead. Our runs don't start until late August. Any help would be very appreciated.
     
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    Just below the Bogy hatchery.
     
  4. duecedad

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    CooL my cousin-in- law knows his way around. He's just not a fly guy.
    I brought both floating and sink tip line. I'm a nympher at heart. Any specific techniques I need to know about?
     
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    Which river is best for walk-in/wade fishing? I brought waste high waders.
     
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    The truth is any of them are best for walk/wade fishing. To find summer steelhead on them, just access the river at an access point (bridges, hatcheries, public fishing access sites) or walk a short distance through the woods. Then just read the water and fish the type of water steelhead like.
     
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    I will be on the bog this afternoon. Can't wait!
    Thanks for the info guys.
     
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  8. Let us know the results!
     

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