Version:1.0 StartHTML:0000000167 EndHTML:0000001858 StartFragment:0000000457 EndFragment:0000001842 Hello, I'm going to be in the Seattle area this week and would love to do some fly fishing while there. I'd like to catch as many different natives as the area offers and avoid stockers where possible. I know this is coastal cutt and rainbow country. I also know there are native bull trout and dolly varden, but I'm guessing those species are off-limits given their current status...this correct? Any suggestions on particular streams? I have a fair amount of time so I can travel a bit, perhaps as far as the Olympic Peninsula. I'm not asking for anybody to give up honeyholes, just a few suggestions on areas to fish for natives. I feel I'm most equipped (in terms of gear and knowledge base) for smaller stream/river fishing, but any and all suggestions are welcome. What are the streams in Rainier NP like? Also, whenever I fish in a new part of the country I make a donation to a local organization doing work related to the restoration/preservation of native trout populations. Any suggestions for active TU chapters or non-profit orgs doing good work in the Western WA area? Thanks in advance for any suggestions. I have to say this is a great forum for information and discussion, keep up the great work.