Dick Nite Spoons Highlights Video

I am proud to be a Dick Nite Spoons Factory Team member. Dick Nite Spoons family of products have been helping anglers put fish in the boat for decades. I trust and use Dick Nite Spoons products year around.

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Drift Fishing & Float Fishing Steelhead beads – Seminar

This seminar is about drift fishing and float fishing steelhead beads, by Steelheadbeads.com.  Many of the beads on the market can only be fished under a float of some type.  Steelheadbeads have neutral buoyancy and can be both used for drift fishing and float fishing!  This is a great seminar for those new to drift fishing, float fishing and…

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Pink Salmon Now, Coho Coming

The rain we just got over the past 2 days helped out the river levels and temperature. Today the Skagit River was not fishable, but it will be back in shape by tomorrow. We are taking nice chrome bright pink salmon on the lower Skagit River. We had a Coho on the other day, but it came unbuttoned. Our…

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Pink Salmon

The Pink Salmon opener is August 1st.  Pink Salmon is a highly anticipated fishery.  This is the smaller of our salmon species returning to Pacific Northwest rivers, but they taste great and fight hard.  This is the perfect for all ages and levels of fishing experience.  Pink Salmon fishing is especially good for kids!  It lets them fight and land…

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Gearing up for fall salmon – Already?

So much going on right now; Columbia River Springers, Cowlitz River Steelhead, Cutthroat Trout, not to mention many anglers are gearing up for the lowland lake opener. So is it crazy to start thinking about the fall? Sure, we have a lot of fishing to do between now and 5 months from now, but consider this; it is a…

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Dick Nite Spoons for Fall Salmon

Dick Nite Spoons for Fall Salmon We are just a few weeks away from Pink Salmon stuffing our river systems.  Coho Salmon will start entering the river during the Pink Salmon run and continue through the fall and into the winter.  Hopefully you are preparing your gear now.  At the very least you should be thinking about what lures…

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