I think I am addicted to the SRC. I know they won't all be that big and I won't always catch fish. But, there are abundant places to fish in the Puget sound and I live close to the water...Nice! You're hooked now. Man, that thing is a sea lice condo. Not sure I've ever seen one so covered.
Just being out and always looking to new beaches and new interactions. Really it's the flyfishing version of geocaching, you find a cache and keep going back hoping for a cool new trinket or travelbugI think I am addicted to the SRC. I know they won't all be that big and I won't always catch fish. But, there are abundant places to fish in the Puget sound and I live close to the water...
Next weekend though, I'm on the Yakima!
For what it's worth, this was caught on the east side of PS and more middle to north end.There may be something to that. Most of the heavily infested cutthroat I've caught have been in the south Sound and Hood Canal while I have only rarely caught heavily infested fish in the more northern and eastern parts of the Sound. Typically the south Sound and Hood Canal have a larger proportion of late-entry cutthroat (because of the preponderance of very small streams emptying directly into marine waters) which may spend as much as much as six months in saltwater, while the larger streams on the east side of the Puget Trough produce mostly early-entry cutthroat who rarely spend more than three months there.