Discussion in 'Fly Fishing Forum' started by herefishynm, Jun 17, 2013.
Just because info wasn't spewed on the main page doesn't mean she wasn't given some.
There is nothing secret around Spokane, is there.
I'm not sure when this was posted, I'm probably late. But a good place to wet a line nearby would be the North Fork of the Coeur D Alene. It is around a 2 hour drive from Spokane and a day license is only about $12. Paved road all the way with westslope cutthroats running alongside. Not a bad way to spend a day.
Based on the "old and feeble" bit, be careful wading the Spokane. Basalt is slick as snot, granite is grippy. Water deeper than knee to mid thigh has a lot of force and might send you swimming. I'd avoid stretches within a mile or so of downtown if you'd be uncomfortable seeing transients. I haven't fished it yet this year, but have several friends who have been catching plenty of nice healthy fish. The parts that look fishy, are
I was across the bridges downtown yesterday and wouldn't be tempted to try to get down to it. Is upstream less of a canyon?