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  1. Trip Reports
    Collville NF Website Says mill pond is still closed for rehab.
  2. General Forum
    I had an interesting experience yesterday evening (July 31st) fishing a very small stream on the east slope of the Cascades above 3,000 feet. When I was there for the first time eight days earlier, I was catching a pretty little westslope cutt (or five) in every likely-looking pool and pocket...
  3. General Forum
    Hey folks, Going to be heading out to the Idaho Panhandle here this weekend. Two questions: 1) Any recommendations for areas to start on the North Fork Coeur D'Alene, or other tribs. to hit nearby 2) Campground Recommendations? I know guys are pretty selective with information they may be...
  4. Conservation
    The Yakima River Headwaters Trout Unlimited Chapter is seeking qualified candidates to work the "Headwaters Matter" campaign this summer. Each position will advance the Chapter's strategic plans to protect, restore, reconnect, and sustain the cold water resources of the Yakima River with a...
  5. Conservation
    Thank you to all of the Chapter members on this site who contributed volunteer hours and financial support to protect the headwaters of the Yakima. We had a successful 2016 and have plans in place to continue our stewardship and conservation work in the Teanaway. We will launch our "Headwaters...
  6. St. Joe Cutthroat

    Took a Royal Wulff on a downstream drift near Huckleberry, tailout of a deep hole
  7. Eastern Washington Westslopes

    Usually the nice cutthroat I catch in July are caught on hoppers, but this westslope took a little flashback nymph late in the day. It's 17 inches from the butt to the end of the wraps on this rod. Look at all the white on the pelvic fins. It has a fin stripe like a bull.
  8. Eastern Washington Westslopes

    Usually the nice cutthroat I catch in July are caught on hoppers, but this westslope took a little flashback nymph. It's 17 inches from the butt to the end of the wraps on this rod. Look at all the white on the pelvic fins. It has a fin stripe like a bull. A closer look at the nymph.
  9. Another shot of an October westslope

    About 18 inches. On an orange stimulator.
  10. October westslope

    Just another 18 inch westslope cut. This one thought an orange stimulator was an October caddis.
  11. Westslope Hopper

    Westslope Hopper
  12. Small Westslope Cutthroat

    A pretty westslope cutt from the WA Cascades
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