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I was in a boat and floated down and casted under brush and trees. Thats where all the big ones are. When water levels are low, around 3000 cfs, you can wade pretty far with the water only reaching up as high as your ribs, but the water is slow. Start around the boat launch and walk left and some distance to the right. Other areas I'm really not sure of. When waters are high, practice your roll casting with rubber legged black stone fly nymphs, #8 and #10s if you want to try for Steelhead. Good luck!

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WOW, you have a sweet Cowlitz sea-run cutthrout there! We fished for these most of the month of Sept last year. Sept is the time for the Giant Caddis! I used #8 yellow stimulators and terranasties. Its amazing the Cowlitz cutthrouts take such huge flies. Here is a small pic. :EEK
 
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