Chum Salmon

Chum, or Dog salmon as they are often called, are the most abundant wild salmon in Washington state.  They get the name Dog salmon due to the pronounced canine like teeth of the male adult fish.  Chum salmon have gained popularity with fly fisherman due to their relative abundance and aggressiveness. Life Cycle Chum salmon

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Coho Salmon

Coho, or Silver Salmon as they are often called, get their name from their beautiful silver color. A favorite amongst fly anglers, Coho Salmon are well known for both their aggressiveness towards a fly and for their acrobatics once hooked. The size of the salmon vary widely depending upon the individual strains. Coho in the

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Washington State Fishing Report – Summer 2016

Cowlitz River Fishing Report Now booking trips for Summer Steelhead and Sea-run Cutthroat on the Cowlitz River in Southwest Washington state. See my guided trips page for more info. We’ll typically see Summer Steelhead return from July through mid/late October. Sea-run Cutthroat return from early/mid September through mid/late October.   Fly Casting Classes Now is

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