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How To- Fishing techniques to catch Salmon, Steelhead and Sturgeon.

December Meeting of Mollala Chapter Steelheaders

It’s always great to be asked to share fishing with others and I’m grateful to be able to do that again this week. The Molalla Chapter of NW Steelheaders has asked me to host their December meeting and talk about the Winter Steelhead techniques that I employ. The meeting will be held at 6:30p on […]

Buoy 10 Article

I know many of you that fish with me also fish on your own.  Here’s an article that I put together over at Fishwire.net that explains the ins and outs of moving with the tide at Buoy 10 on the Lower Columbia River.  It creates a scenario for those that might not be familiar with […]

Buoy 10 Salmon Fishing- Make your move

Many of my customers don’t just fish with me, but also do a bunch of fishing on their own.  The Buoy 10 fishery in Astoria on the Lower Columbia River is one of those fisheries that at times looks really easy, but as many of you may know there’s more to it than just showing […]

The move to Shimano, G. Loomis, Power Pro

In the last few days I’ve completed a move to a group of companies that I have long admired and only hoped to one day join.  Shimano, G. Loomis and PowerPro stand at the peak of their respective categories and I believe my customers will be the recipients of many of the relationships benefits. Shimano […]

How to backtroll plugs for Steelhead

  After all these years of technological development, improved techniques and continued development of the latest in steelhead catching trends, I’ll admit it, I still really enjoy back trolling plugs.  “Pulling plugs”, as it’s called in the Northwest is the most fundamental steelhead boat technique there is.  But like most forms of fishing success, it […]