Winter Steelhead Conditions Improve

We have a really nice window of weather and numerous dropping and clearing rivers around the state. Locally Lake Creek and the Siuslaw are coming around, the South Coast is in fine shape and the Alsea system has been fishing well for several days. Swing Intruders and nymph with Lowly it’s “PrimeTime” for Winter Steelhead Fly Fishing.

Laura Parrish Winter Steelhead

Laura Parrish caught her first Winter fish yesterday morning, Nice Work! Her outfit was a Sage 10′ # 7 ONE and a Nautilus FWX 7/8 loaded with a SA Steelhead Taper, 1″ Thingamabobber, 1x Tippet a Lowly Glowly as her first fly and a Gorman’s Bead Head Egg dropped off of it.

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4 Responses to Winter Steelhead Conditions Improve

  1. Shoshana says:

    Way to go , Laura! I’m jealous.

  2. David Jensen says:

    Glad to see a long time friend hookup; hate the competition. Congrats, Laura.

  3. Tyler says:

    I’ll be on the North/Central Oregon Coast, the last week of March. Any fishing opportunities available at that time? Looking to get a few casts out during my Spring Break!


  4. Colin McMillen says:

    Nice fish Lala!!! Maggie wants you to show her how it’s done! Have fun in New Zealand!

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