Rivers have been lower than desirable lately as temps have been close to freezing on average. Any land above town is covered in snow! When the warmer temps arrive 5+ celcius or higher we'll see a push of water and hopefully Steelhead in some numbers too. One thing about swinging a fly to Island Steelhead is when our waters are low they can see everything and frankly would rather evacuate the watershed than hang around; and in early winter season many fish will just not come in from Salt till we get a push of water! This being said I'm hoping those venturing out to the low rivers are finding the odd one. I have not been Steelheading lately although I have been venturing to our local waters for a longshot at a possible Steely so I guess yes I have been wetting a line! Today I met up with a friend who lives for light tackle fishing for trout! I often do well catching trout on the big steelhead flies but no luck today however the light gear dug one up quicky in this water I previously fished. I have a feeling these trout are becoming well educated if being pounded on by local anglers. Either way good job my friend:)
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