Annnnnnd the rivers are blown.

JesseC

Active Member
#1
That's a long drive to now go walking in the rain. I suppose I could break out the maps and start hiking in some spots for next time. Sometimes you roll the dice and, snake eyes.
 

steve s

Active Member
#4
I say that you head out there and give it a shot. My buddies and I had our annual steelheading/camping trip on the OP the week of 2/18-2/25 and on the first day the Hoh jumped up to 4k+ and two days later it jumped up to 9k+. We still found fish and clear water, you just need to know where to look.
 

JesseC

Active Member
#6
Marked up the map with spots to follow up with. All the rivers I saw today were choco'd. Nice day for a hike though. Did a couple miles along the beach as well.
 
#7
That's been my luck (or lack of) this year too. So far I've been blown out of every overnight trip. I'm keeping my fingers crossed that I even make it out there this year...
 

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