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I'm planning to explore not-so-well-known parts of Green River to seek for some solitude (and maybe some undisturbed steelhead :) )
Gorge between Kanaskat and Flaming Geyser state parks and upper stretches upstream from Kanaskat (way up to the Tacoma Headworks dam)
Is it a good time to go there? Any advices appreciated
p.s. I have only 2 choices: 6wt sinktip and 5wt floater

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Victor
 

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Sorry to burst your bubble but there are NO not so well known parts of Green River. There is a small summer run in the river now...it's
You're right. Where the trail goes there people are :)
But most fishermen are lazy and don't hike too far away from parking spots.
I hit the Green early morning today before my work. Met one guy fishing with gear. He told me he hooked a steelhead yesterday. The pools looked very nice but I didn't find any presence of steelhead. Instead there was some decent trout action near the rapids and the one I hooked was 12-incher.
 
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