Washington’s Olympic Peninsula

Washington’s Olympic peninsula offers great king, silver and steelhead fishing in a scenic, peaceful, and remote environment. It would be hard to find a better way to explore the Olympic peninsula then floating down one of its many rivers.

The best king fishing is from the 1st of October until the middle of November. We catch lots of kings ,silvers and chum this time of year ( this is the time of year we see the most salmon fishermen on the rivers). When hunting season opens the fishing pressure on the rivers drops and we have a lot more river to ourselves. As we get towards the end of November there are far less kings around, but the bigger and more aggressive silvers show up in full force and are around until the first part of December (mid -November to early Dec is when we have our best luck twitching jigs and casting spinners for the silvers, this is an incredibly fun way to fish!)

At the end of November  the hatchery steelhead  show up  and are  around in good numbers until the end of January. The wild steelhead start showing up in late  December and early January and are around until April.  The peak time for wild fish is February and March.

Here is a  list of rivers I like to fish:

Humptulips, Satsop, Wynoochee, Chehalis,  Clearwater (WA), Hoh, Bogachiel, Sol Duc, Grande Ronde Eastern WA (two day min for Grande ronde trips)

Custom areas and trips available for request.

If you do not see the trip you are looking  for contact us, we may be able to accommodate you and if not we will likely be able to point you in the right direction

Call (253) 208-9142 or email todd@qualstamp.com

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