So I think I have finally figured out that the reason I have caught a ton of Steelhead in the past 6 years I have been trying is due to my lack of commitment. I am now going to log every hog and document everything I learn here on this thread and maybe perhaps someone who needs help one day can look here. So here we go. I live in Seattle. Therefore, my home water is the Sky. Today I decided to spend the day driving up and down between Duvall and Reiter to look for good access points and good runs to fish. When I finally got to the river here in Snohomish I found that the river was REALLY low. So looking around for details in the water was right out the window. I still managed to look hard for obvious pull outs and stuff where I can park my car. Perhaps studying Apple Maps would help in finding hidden access points too? I brought my 11 year old dog along with me also because if I can be a successful angler I may as well give this new generation a chance. Her and I went all the way up to Douglas Bar and found some pinks on the shore. Her and I got so disappointed and bummed. I have also started reading some online steelhead forums. The current website I am reading is called "Pictorial Pursuit", by Bob. This website is really amazing and is very well written, and am looking forward to my next bead/yarnie purchase. Well there you go fellas. I am sorry if this is a boring thread but I think this would be a fun experience and I would also like to brag about fish here. Putting myself out there I guess you could say. Also does anyone know what fly magazine pairs well with a Death Star?