I was fishing the Toucannon River/William Wooten Lakes a couple of days ago. While checking out the river, I happened upon an area where I saw a huge fish(~18"). I fish for primarily trout (rainbow, cutt, brook, brown, etc). So when I saw this huge fish, I thought it was just a big "trout" (I realize that steelhead are sea-going trout, too), so I tried to toss a few flies to it (note: the biggest trout I've caught on this river have been about ~10-12"). I went through quite a few flies (hopper, royal wulff, salmon egg, some sort of silver bead-head nymph), but the fish didn't even raise an eyebrow! I was able to get within about 5-10 feet of the fish and was coming up along side it. At this point another fish also appeared, and this one was even bigger (~24"). The bigger fish was noticeably red, and had a "salmon" looking face; the "smaller" fish looked like a trout--dark green w/ black spots. I ended up giving up on these guys, but was just amazed at seeing such huge fish in such a small stream (this area was maybe 5-8ft wide and a 1ft deep. I mentioned this to the guy working at The Last Resort, and he mentioned that Steelies, Sockeye salmon were makin their way up, and he said that some can get really big! I have no clue how to fly fish for steelhead, might need to look into it. C.