It has been a while since I have posted anything here so I will just post the pictures of my fishing adventures from June until now. Enjoy!

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Ashley and I decided to head east for memorial day weekend to soak up some sun instead of growing more moss in Western Washington. We ended up fly fishing Banks Lake for carp and Dry Falls Lake for trout.  The following pictures tell the storyy. Enjoy!

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Woke up to some fresh snow this morning, which is a rarity here in western washington and decided to go catch a few of our native fish. Managed a few gorgeous sea run cutthroat trout and lost a few others, the scenery and chance to drive the truck in the snow was definitely a bonus.

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Trouts!

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Until next time, tight lines everyone!

Decided to drive out to the beach this morning and give the outgoing tide a shot.

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Passed some cool scenery on the way. One of the many streams that sea run cutthroat use to spawn in the area.

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First fish to hand.

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The last fish of the day was a decent fish of about 16″.

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12th man trout!

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Until next time, tight lines and GO HAWKS!

Well fall is coming to an end and I have not taken many pictures while out fishing lately but I have a couple to share. So here we go.

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My friend Aaron and I took my drift boat out and did a float for coho in early November. We ended up roping some chromers.

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A little hen chum from a local stream.

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With the end of fall and the beginning of winter approaching fast that means one thing and one thing only. Its winter steelhead season! Stay tuned and tight lines.

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Small coastal river in the fall.

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October chrome coho only a few miles from the pacific ocean.

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Erik with a big coho in the salt!

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Salty silvers are the best.

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Well the previous week or so we followed the pink run closer to their home river and  we were rewarded with a few fish. It is definitely not the prettiest place in Washington to fly fish but sometimes you go where the fish are.

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As the day faded into night we continued to catch and release pink salmon under the city lights. I decided to tie on a glow in the dark clouser and give it a try which resulted in a fish on the first cast.

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James scored on this nice coho as well before we had to head in for the evening.

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Tight Lines Everyone!