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By Martin Joergensen

These are some pictures from my visit to the North West - Seattle, where I had the pleasure of fishing with some very nice people in the early winter 1995.

As Juro described it:
The areas we fished:
1) Fort Casey, Admiralty Inlet on the West shore of Whidbey Island. This pass is known to be used by migrating steelhead and salmon on their way to their natal streams.
Unfortunately, the bus never came! ;)
2) Satsop River, a tributary of the Chehalis known for it's large native coho salmon and steelhead.
Of course we wouldn't know about that ;)

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Don Mathiesen in the salt at Fort Casey (38 KB)
Chris Herrman tries his luck in the salt (31 KB)
Juro Mukai hunts his first steelhead in the salt (33 KB)
I might find one more of Larry Johnson...
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Bob Schmelzle and Don Mathiesen in Bob's raft (49KB)
Bob and Don practises Spey casting (60 KB)
Chris Herrman and Larry Johnson takes a break (66 KB)
Chris meditates in the sun (109 KB)
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Larry with a lot of air around him (33 KB)
Juro shoots that line (33 KB)
Larry also shoots that line (36 KB)
Gorill... erh... flyfishers in the mist (50 KB)


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