Outlook:

Ok, you can put the waterwings away now. For the time being, it looks like the rain in the forecast will be intermittent or showers at the worst. Not like the deluge we recently endured. So, lets stalk the rivers. They will be falling into shape nicely with the cooler temperatures at night even a little rain will not spike the water levels.

It is time to get your river gear whether it be fly, spoon, float ready to go. We got our full shipment of Rio products in yesterday so we are stocked on leaders, versa-tip systems and everything you will need. Fly section is loaded up and we are stocked up in the gear section as well!

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The local saltwater fishing has slowed a bit as the rain drove a lot of the fish into the rivers. However, this week has traditionally been a HOT week for local chinook and coho fishing and this change in the weather has river levels dropping so the fishing should pick up again this week and next!

Our courses in the fall are starting to sell you quickly. Please check out the variety of courses coming up and call the store to book your spot! Full details at the end of this fishing report.

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Calm waters & tight lines,

JT & PA Team
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