31 01, 2018

Clearwater River Steelhead Better Than Expected

2019-10-31T08:53:42-07:00

By: Toby Wyatt Steelhead fishing is unexpectedly better than we expected it to be. Prior to the season the Idaho Department of Fish & Game thought we were going to have a dismal return on the Clearwater River. However, there’s far more fish showing up than we expected. It’s been a good year for us. [...]

Clearwater River Steelhead Better Than Expected2019-10-31T08:53:42-07:00
31 01, 2018

Learn How To Store Cured Eggs

2019-10-31T08:53:42-07:00

By: John Albrich One of the most common questions steelhead anglers have is what is the best way to store cured eggs for a long period of time. And, there isn’t one answer. There’s lots of different ways to store eggs. Which you choose depends on how long you want to keep them. Many guys [...]

Learn How To Store Cured Eggs2019-10-31T08:53:42-07:00
30 01, 2018

Why Color Matters: Make Vibrant Eggs

2019-10-31T08:53:42-07:00

By: Kyle Buschelman I use to think that scent was the most important part of having good bait. Meanwhile, I’m starting to change my mind. Scent is important, yet not the biggest factor when developing good steelhead bait. I’ve come to this conclusion after spending time using beads and still catching steelhead. The last few years [...]

Why Color Matters: Make Vibrant Eggs2019-10-31T08:53:42-07:00
29 01, 2018

Steelhead Finally Trickling In – Nor Cal’s Smith River

2019-10-31T08:53:42-07:00

By: Mick Thomas Steelhead fishing on the Smith River is different every year. For some reason this year has been exceptionally slow to start. Fortunately, since getting bombarded with rain for the past two weeks things are starting to improve. While December and January was extremely slow the past week has proven that steelhead are [...]

Steelhead Finally Trickling In – Nor Cal’s Smith River2019-10-31T08:53:42-07:00