Meet Your Fly Fishing Guide..... 

Terrance Stevenson

My name is Terry, I was born and raised in Port Angeles, Washington, located on Olympic Peninsula. My journey with fly fishing began in the 3rd grade, and it has been a passion of mine ever since. However, reached new heights right after I caught my very first Steelhead on the Elwha River at the age of 10.

In 2010, my friends Neil and Alyssa started a Fly Shop and Guide Service called "Anadromy Fly Fishing" right on the banks of the Hoh River. Some of you might remember it as the Hoh Humm Fly Shop. It was here that I was first introduced to Spey Fishing, and my passion for fishing grew even stronger. Soon I found myself spey fishing with a 2 handed rod every single day, and when I was off the water I dove deeper into books and videos trying to absorb as much knowledge as possible. After many years of hard work and dedication I realized that I have more fun taking others out fishing and watching them learn and finding success. Personally it brings me more joy, and thats when I knew I was ready to become a fishing guide in 2018.

Today, I live in Forks, Washington, and I guide year-round trips on the very same rivers that I grew up fishing as a kid. Whether it's Salmon, Steelhead, or Trout, I am constantly exploring and fishing here on the Olympic Peninsula twelve  months of the year. I am committed to providing exceptional guided fishing experiences to fellow anglers who share the same passion as I do.



Why Choose Anadromy Fly Fishing: 

When you choose Anadromy Fly Fishing, you are choosing a guide service with a deep-rooted passion for spey fishing and a wealth of local knowledge. With a lifetime of experience in Washington State's rivers, we are experts in targeting Steelhead, Salmon, and Trout that thrive in these waters. We offer year-round guided trips customized to your skill level and preferences, ensuring an unforgettable angling experience. Our commitment to sustainable angling practices and preservation of fish habitats ensures that future generations can continue to enjoy these pristine waters.