As we enter our 12th year guiding Puget Sound, we must say that every year gets more exciting with new fishing locations and clientele. We can’t thank you all enough.
We are in the same slip at the marina as last year. Boat is running great; gear is polish and flies have been tied. Let the guide season begin!
Spring fishing typically starts off slow’ish during April and builds throughout the summer. Yes, there are chum smolt around but that’s mostly a Hood Canal show. Look for both pre and post spawn cutthroat to be moving around their home streams feeding to build metabolism for the year.
We fish mostly eel grass beds and they have begun to bloom for the warmer months. Fish are low lying in the grass so be sure to keep your eyes on the skinniest of water. A cutthroat WILL be there.
April is all booked up. We have some dates in May and June that are wide open. Summer is going fast but as of now we do have availability.
Thanks, and we look forward to fishing with you.