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  1. Anadromous
    Hi All. I’m looking to swing flies for bull trout here on the West side of WA and want to tie up some flies to take with me. Does anyone have recommendations on specific patterns or colors to bring along? I haven’t seen much online other than “bull trout are aggressive and will eat anything...
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    My first bull trout ... Canadian section of our beloved Skagit River
  3. General Forum
    Anyone know if you can catch bulls in February???
  4. General Forum
    There is no bull about it--Bull trout are in trouble! No Bull: The Bull Trout Story May 23rd, 6pm Ben's Bottle Shop, Vancouver, Wa FREE Learn more about their side of the story and how monitoring and restoration efforts are being employed to bring them back. FREE. All are welcome at Ben's...
  5. General Forum
    Am I blind or has the articles section disappeared from the forum? I seem to recall an in depth article discussing the difference between bulls and dolly varden but I can't seem to find it. Does anyone know if this is still around some place?
  6. General Forum
    Here is a painting that I recently finished. I have been enjoying catching these lately and have come to really appreciate the species. At a glance, they may look like a dull-colored greyish trout, but through observation and catching many excellent specimens, I have found that they vary a lot...
  7. General Forum
    Stunning video/photography. Good for a quick, Thursday morning shot of adrenalin: (If this has appeared B/4, it's worth a 2nd look.)
  8. General Forum
    Was up swimming with some friends today and my wife screams. I looked over and there was a massive bull trout swimming at our feet. We moved out of his pool and moved to some other pools. I am just wondering what the populations on the river are now. I obviously don't want to fish them but I...
  9. General Forum
    Spring is still several months away in a North Cascade stream valley; the evergreen tree’s limbs are sagging under a load of snow and the forest floor and stream gravel bars have a "virginal" white blank of snow. Several miles of this ice rimmed stream flows through a relatively flat valley...
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