Split a Steelhead Trip??

Discussion in 'Steelhead' started by freestoneangler, Jan 9, 2006.

  1. freestoneangler Not to be confused with Freestone

    Posts: 3,958
    Edgewood, WA
    Ratings: +704 / 1
    Anyone interested in splitting the cost of a guided trip this spring on the Skagit (perhaps other river)? Though not new to flyfishing, I have little time invested in steelhead on the fly. Some feedback from a previous post suggested going with a guide...probably a good investment!:cool:
  2. James Mello Inventor of the "closed eye conjecture"

    Posts: 2,784
    Tacoma
    Ratings: +87 / 0
    What day? Lemme know as I may be interested....
  3. Ryan Nathe Member

    Posts: 836
    Seattle, WA
    Ratings: +7 / 0
    I would be interested too, if it is not on a weekday, college sucks. I have been trying to learn the Skagit, it is jsut so big though.
  4. Oneweight Member

    Posts: 251
    Seattle, Washington.
    Ratings: +0 / 0
    I'm actually looking to book a trip on the Oly Pen for winter steel in Feb if anyone's interested in splitting a guide/boat. Let me know.
  5. Salmo_g Active Member

    Posts: 7,454
    Your City ,State
    Ratings: +1,574 / 0
    I plan to spend a couple extended weekends on the Skagit in March and April. I fish solo a lot of the time, and you'd be welcome to join me if you hit it the same time. I run a skiff with a jet and usually try to cover a fair amount of river. I'm not a fishing guide, however, but I'm worth the price you wouldn't have to pay.
  6. freestoneangler Not to be confused with Freestone

    Posts: 3,958
    Edgewood, WA
    Ratings: +704 / 1
    I might be, but the thing about the coast rivers is that they are such a crap-shoot with respect to water flows. Easily half the times I've made the drive, it's simply been just that...a long drive for not. Discuss this with whatever guide's you talk to and see how they handle marginal conditions. Keep me posted.
    Thanks & Tightlines!