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The sea run rainbow trout

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Marabou Lady Gaga
Bruce Berry US sales rep for Pro Tube Solutions tube fly tying materials stopped by The Caddis Fly Shop for a visit and a short video tying session. The Lady Gaga Steelhead Fly is a proven fish catcher.
Purple Zonker Intruder
Thomas Ranger demonstrates how to tie an intruder style steelhead fly pattern.
Green Butt Steelhead Stinger
Thomas Ranger demonstrates how to tie a "stinger" style steelhead fly pattern.
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On an amazing adventure, Matt (Montana Matt) and his wife Tracy (Montana Fly Girl) go fishing for steelhead in Forks, Washington. Trevor Covich, an Olympic Peninsula Skagit Tactics guide, recounts his time in Alaska with Tracy and Matt, and how their friendship has lead them to Washington to pursue the great Steelhead!
The Last Frontier

Our addiction to steelhead has once again led us to the mighty Situk River in Alaska. The river is home to the largest run of native steelhead left in the world. We hit the road at the end of April, when the peak of the run usually occurs. Conditions in the river were not looking good, with flow dropping as low as 35 CFS before we got there. Unusual mild temperatures and light rain scattered every few days didn't make our life easier. Notwithstanding, good fresh push of spring steelhead were coming in each day down at the lower end.

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