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Hi, my name is Casey i moved to Port Angeles from Bend, OR a year and a half ago . I have been fly fishing for ten years and have good knowledge of trout waters in central Oregon. Steelhead are what drew me out here but i have since found a plethora of other types of anadramous salmon and trout fishing that i never expected. The waters here hold challenges and rewards that far exceed the desert streams and rivers i left.
I have gained tremendous insight from lurking this forum over the last year and have joined to help anyone as much as i can. Im going fishing tomorrow hopefully the fish abide.
 

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Welcome Casey; and surprise! You get to buy more equipment and flies, and materials, and Oh my! When you say "desert" I don't think of Bend, OR. I grew up on the east side of Rockies, so desert is AZ, CA Sierras, NM, and CO. WA east of Cascades to Moses Lake (Ritzville) is almost desert. Where you are is close to a niche desert, Sequim at 10-inches I think; and just a jump from the Ho Rain Forest at 400. This is a crazy place.
 

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Welcome Casey; and surprise! You get to buy more equipment and flies, and materials, and Oh my! When you say "desert" I don't think of Bend, OR. I grew up on the east side of Rockies, so desert is AZ, CA Sierras, NM, and CO. WA east of Cascades to Moses Lake (Ritzville) is almost desert. Where you are is close to a niche desert, Sequim at 10-inches I think; and just a jump from the Ho Rain Forest at 400. This is a crazy place.
 
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