You are dreaming about a book that does not exist.
About the most complete map of put-ins and take-outs is the Washington State Atlas and Gazetteer.
There are several other guides on Washington State, but none as detailed as you are talking about. And besides, for steelhead fishing we are not matching the hatch, we are fishing mostly attractor flies, so the "best flies" don't really exist.
And quite frankly I believe that the best book on Washington Steelhead is Trey Combs "Steelhead Fly Fishing" But it isn't totally on Washington.
And to fish for steelhead, you have to pay your dues in learning the river of your choice, or buying the services of a guide to show you.
Thanks for the information guys. I knew when I posed my question that I was asking for the impossible, but one lives in perpetual hope. The Amato books seem to be the way to go. I have found them, at times, to be inconsistent. For instance, the one on the Thompson is useful the one on the Skenna much less so.
TL, I have the Trey Coombs book, and I agree, it is superb for the breadth and depth of its information--none better.
For when sleeping I dream of big fish and strong fights.
I took a 3 day class in January of this year on the Oly Peninusla - books are good, but 3 days with a guide was for me was great time spent - learned of a dozen or so productive spots for wading, plu more arm waving at a few dozen more, flies, casting, reading water etc.
Not sure where you are with skills - mine were ZERO on rivers. Shoot me an email if you want more information...I don't want to pimp the fly shop in downtown Poulsbo that ran the seminar