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Each week we round-up the top fishing news from the Northwest and beyond. Do you have a news tip? E-mail us at news /at/ salmonuniversity.com. Lake Washington to Open for Coho Anglers will have the opportunity to fish for coho salmon in Lake Washington starting Sept. 16, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) […]
From ODFW 2016 News Releases August 2, 2016 SALEM, Ore.—As a precautionary measure, ODFW will not propose any coastal freshwater fisheries on wild Coho this fall due to concerns over poor ocean survival and adequate spawning escapement to coastal rivers … Continue reading →
Each week one of the Salmon University experts answers reader questions in our “Ask a Pro” feature. This week’s questions are answered by Tom Nelson. Submit your own question here. Q: Are there good opportunities for Coho in Hood Canal in February? Tony Hi Tony – there are a few local rivers that will have […]
Now is the perfect time to book your trip to British Columbia in Canada for the late summer / autumn 2016 period. First of all, there’s some great availability but also a great exchange rate with the GBP still being strong against the Canadian Dollar. Whether you have steelhead, kings (chinook), silver salmon (coho), pinks, [...]
The Skeena system has been fishing extremely well and we have just had some of our first groups return with some fantastic reports. The steelhead have been running hard and tide-fresh fish were being intercepted daily. The coho/silvers were also making an appearance and testing tackle to the limit.Some specimen steelhead were landed including fish [...]
From thumb pressure to focus, Louis Cahill explains how to develop more power in your cast. Via Gink & Gasoline. Doing damage to one species for the “greater good” of all is a hard pill to swallow. Howard Meyerson takes … more →
Go beneath the icy crust of winter to get an underwater look at Coho salmon in their last days, after their magnificent run and spawn. Via River Snorkel. River Snorkel: Under The Ice from River Snorkel on Vimeo.
This fly is one I developed after reading about euphausiid pattern that a fellow tyer angler tied and fished successfully for Coho Salmon in Puget Sound. This fly is a little different but substantially the same effect as his – … Continue reading →
The Skagit River watershed is home to five species of wild Pacific salmon: chinook, chum, pink, sockeye and coho, as well as steelhead. However, all are facing a threatened future due to climate change, invasive species and habitat degradation. “The … more →
The Nature Conservancy has announced the annual return of their “Salmon Cam,” which offers a live view at the Chinook and coho salmon and steelhead trout moving upstream to spawn in the Shasta River. Jessica McGlothlin gives a first look … more →