Terrance Stevenson


Terrance grew up in Port Angeles, Wa on the Olympic Peninsula. He enjoyed spending his time as a kid fishing the Olympic Peninsula for Salmon, Steelhead, and Trout. He was 10 years old when he caught his very first Steelhead on the banks of the Elwha river, he was ruined after that. When he wasn't able to go fishing, you could find him inside his local Fly shop, Waters West Fly Fishing Outfitters,  pestering  the owner at the time, Dave Steinbaugh for any kind of knowledge regarding fishing. It wasn't long until Terrance was skipping class in High School from time to time to go fishing on a nearby river in Forks, it was clear he developed an obsession for both wild fish and the wild places they live in. The word "Anadromy" which means the migration of adult fish from salt water to fresh water,  was the original name of a guide service and shop previously owned by two good friends Neil and Alyssa, founded on the very banks of the Hoh river. This is where Terrance started taking Spey fishing serious which fueled his passion to become a fishing guide, in the very same rivers he grew up fishing as a young boy. You could probably guess where Terrance got the name Anadromy Fly Fishing, now his own guide service re-started in 2018. There is a small town called Forks, located on Washington State's Olympic Peninsula where Terrance calls home spending his time guiding  year round for Salmon, Steelhead and Trout.