North Kitsap Chapter 383 merged with the Bainbridge Island Chapter in 2010. This chapter works closely with the Suquamish Tribal Fisheries in rearing Chinook, Coho, and Chum salmon for 30 years while work continues to improve fish passage and reclaiming lost habitat through restoration, conservancy of lands, and educating those who are unaware of the bounty of cold water fisheries in our local area that need stewardship.
Come join us at Central Market upstairs for another fun fly tying night! You can tie your own patterns or learn how to tie a couple of go-to Sea-run Cuttroat patterns you can use on our beaches. Bring your own beer or wine if you like, and of course your vise and tools. We'll have materials and... [ READ MORE... ]
Bill couldn't keep the whitefish off his nymphs yesterday on the Yak...this one put up a worthy fight and put a smile on his face! No Skwalas to be found yet. Several nice rainbows were also caught, all on nymphs, and Steve caught a fat, 18" cutty stripping a BIG crystal bugger up river.
We welcome Tara Brock fom Pew Charitable Trusts who will speak about the current state of our schooling bait fish populations in the Pacific Ocean and the Puget Sound, and why a new, holistic approach to managing our beloved salmon and steelhead fisheries is critical. Come join us!
Chasing wild, chrome, elusive steelhead...
We have the Blue Heron Lodge reserved (sleeps 6), along with a tiny cabin next door (sleeps 2), right on the Sol Duc River outside of Forks. The cost is approximately $40pp/night. Gas will be shared. Dinner will be a shared feast of some kind cooked in... [ READ MORE... ]
What is the Sandy River Spey Clave?
It's a gathering of anglers interestedin two-hand fly rod fishing.
It provides a format for the exchange of Spey casting & fishing information.
It's a free Spey casting college open to everyone.
It's a show for your entertainment.
It's a place to rub elbows... [ READ MORE... ]