Pacific Northwest

Fly fishers target salmon and steelhead in the Pacific Northwest, primarily in Washington, Oregon, and Idaho. Legendary areas, such as the Oregon Coast, the Olympic Peninsula, and the Columbia/Snake river complex still call out to anglers . . . even though these anadromous runs are only slivers of what they were in the past. Fortunately, these states all offer great stillwater trout fishing for beastly rainbows, browns and cutthroat that are usually measured in pounds rather than inches. This area also offers outstanding warmwater fishing for bass, crappie, bluegill, carp and even tiger muskie. Walleye also are available and if you can crack their code you might end up with a 10-to 15-pounder in the net—these fish grow fast and big in the West.

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