The boat tips down and rides on the surface as he slows and motors gracefully towards the inlet. We creep into a small cove.The banks are lined with small shacks and newer Costco sized houses. It ends in a tiny stream. With the sun right you can see salmon schooling in the murky water. Congregating, frustrated, and just waiting for the rains to deepen their stream enough so they can go up to spawn, these salmon are leaping like crazy out of the water. Cannon-balling.
Who taught you to cast?
I would like to thank Chris Senyhol of intrepid Anglers for providing a great day of fishing. After talking with me and reading some of the blogs, Chris just seemed to know what would be perfect for me given the day at hand.
I first started fly fishing in NY state sometime around 1985 ... mostly I fish in the Snoqualmie Forks -- very small trout but very fun to catch and release. I'm pretty much a home river person - that being said I've had a few fishing adventures. Currently I'm trying some new places on both sides of the Cascades.