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Washington: A Tail of Two Sides

Fly fishing is Washington is almost like fishing in two different states. In the west you have the perpetually wet moss covered forests and in the east you have dry pine and high desert. The possibilities are endless and you can catch virtually every salmonid within two hours of Seattle. We encountered many of them this past summer including the fabeled and rare summer run steelhead.

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Fly fishing is Washington is almost like fishing in two different states. In the west you have the perpetually wet moss covered forests and in the east you have dry pine and high desert. The possibilities are endless and you can catch virtually every salmonid within two hours of Seattle. We encountered many of them this past summer including the fabeled and rare summer run steelhead. Fly fishing is Washington is almost like fishing in two different states. In the west you have the perpetually wet moss covered forests and in the east you have dry pine and high desert. The possibilities are endless and you can catch virtually every salmonid within two hours of Seattle. We encountered many of them this past summer including the fabeled and rare summer run steelhead.

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