Join us for the best Chinook Salmon and steelhead swing fishery in Washington State. The Columbia River Tributaries are producing record runs of Salmon and steelhead. Private Lodging in the beautiful Canyon of the Klickitat River.
Fly fishing the free rising strain of Methow River steelhead offers one-of-a-kind fishing experiences and some of the most beautiful river scenery in the world.
Giant Winter Run Steelhead: Brazda's Olympic Peninsula Fly Fishing guides are the best of the best and we know OP steelhead and how to find them. 2017 summary; Our season experienced the coldest wettest winter steelhead fishing ever in my guiding career. More snowy days than the last ten years combined and obviously more rain than ever. We lost a total of 13 days in the 90 day season so we actually did quite well. Again fishing high water was a challenge but it was good for the fish and that matters most! The take away from 2017 was that the wild fish run appears to be in good shape and consistently entering the rivers from January through the end of April. A positive change from the dramatic peaks of run in March.. The wild steelhead fly fishing on the Olympic Peninsula is most often considered the best steelhead fishing in the entire nation. With the ever present El Diablo of wild winter steelhead many anglers say its WORLD CLASS FLY FISHING. Any date January through April can easily be the best day of steelhead fishing for the entire year. The area boasts not just one great steelhead river, but 6 all within an easy drive of Forks Washington. The Olympic Peninsula is known for its giant wild winter Steelhead. Catches over 20 lbs. are common every season and the last few have brought the biggest fish I have seen in over twenty years of angling in the region. Join me on your next trip to find the always elusive and majestic wild steelhead of the Olympic Peninsula. We often fish double hand Skagit techniques as well as on the move from drift boats. See below for an outline of fees, for more information or to book a trip feel free to give us a call at 253-307-3210 or Email Jeff@Brazdasflyfishing.com. We can answer any questions you may have about our Washington fly fishing guided trips or talk