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Cold and Clear, No Problem

These past couple weeks have been rather trying as we’re in between the arrival of some of the early run fish and the big return of Native Broodstock and Native Steelhead that February and March is so famous for.

Many just quite fishing, but we actually enjoyed some pretty decent fishing on the South Fork of the Nehalem.  Although not very well known, it’s a river I’ve been working during these conditions since the early 2000’s.  I love the river and wish conditions would allow me to fish it more, but it’s a river that holds its water too well and we only get a handful of days on it per year.

For those of you that don’t know…..I love photography and carry a variety of lenses with me to capture the moment.  My clients appreciate it and I love sharing the results.

Tight Lines!

A winter steelhead caught on the Nehalem River with fishing guide Lance Fisher

A large steelhead caught on the nehalem river with guide Lance Fisher

Will holds the winter steelhead he caught on the south fork


A winter steelhead caught on the South Fork of the Nehalem River with guide Lance