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29 01, 2012

Turning Eggs Into Steelhead Candy


By Andy Martin | 01/29/2012 Perhaps the most common question I get from my customers after a day of steelhead fishing on the Chetco and Smith rivers is what do I use to cure my bait. I'm happy to let them know. We call the eggs I use for winter steelhead in my boat "Steelhead [...]

Turning Eggs Into Steelhead Candy2018-04-18T19:08:55-07:00
23 01, 2012

Washington’s Chehalis River Steelhead Get A Boost


By Bill Swann | 01/23/2012 I've been fishing the Chehalis River system since 1982. Some years fishing can be so-so, but this isn't one of those years. It's a little bit better than normal right now. Actually, it's much better than that and for a good reason. Most years there are a lot steelhead that [...]

Washington’s Chehalis River Steelhead Get A Boost2018-04-18T19:08:57-07:00
19 01, 2012

Winter Steelhead Fishing on New York’s Salmon River


By Troy Creasy | 01/19/2012 Pulaski, NY: Living in Upstate New York wintertime is always unpredictable. Some years we are faced with brutal conditions. I fished the Salmon River with clients in temperatures as low as -38 degrees (not one of my favorite days). Meanwhile, so far this winter has been mild. If these conditions [...]

Winter Steelhead Fishing on New York’s Salmon River2018-04-18T19:08:57-07:00
12 01, 2012

Cooking Prawns for Steelhead


  By Bob Kratzer | 01/12/2012 A few years back I was doing a steelhead fishing seminar in front of more than 200 people. I pulled out a bucket of cured prawns and a guy in the back stood up almost immediately commented on how strong their scent was. Soon, the room smelled like prawns. [...]

Cooking Prawns for Steelhead2018-04-18T19:08:58-07:00