Quote Originally Posted by Ron Eagle Elk View Post
Autumn is my favorite time of year for fishing. Leaves are changing color, there's a bit of bite to the air and the rivers have Sea Run Cutthroat Trouts making their annual run to the spawning grounds, not to mention steelhead and salmon.

Thanks for another great article, Trav.

I agree Ron. Late summer/fall is truly the best time in the NW for fishing. My two favorite fish are on the move, cutthroat and steelhead. Nothing beats a late summer evening casting a reverse spider up along the side of the river and watching as a silver missle shoots out from under the ten feet deep snags to slam the fly.