If you're on the way out to fish with us, or maybe just passing through, please stop by and support our local fly shop Waters West Flyfishing Outfiiters, located 140 W Front Street, Port Angeles, Wa or visit their website www.Waterswest.com

Here in Forks, we have a variety of Washington's best rivers all within a 30 minute drive from one another. Such as the Sol Duc, Calawah, Bogachiel, Quileute, Hoh, Clearwater, Queets, Quinault and Lake Crescent. We guide anglers here on the Olympic Peninsula 12 months a year for Steelhead, Salmon and Trout. We often swing flies with two handed spey rods, strip streamers with single handed fly rods, and throw dry flies and nymphs depending on the season. We use drift boats/rafts to access beautiful pristine water that can not be accessed by foot, floating stretches of river anywhere from 4 miles to 14 miles in a day.  We recommend 1 to 2 guests per trip, or 3 guests being the maximum for 1 boat,  but we can arrange for multiple boats for groups with over 3 guests.

All rods, gear, and flies will be provided, but if you have your own equipment you would like to bring we encourage guests to do so. If you will be fishing Winter Steelhead with us it's important to dress warm and bring an extra rain jacket.. You will be coming to the Rainforest. If you plan on fishing with us during the spring and summer months, weather tends to be a bit more favorable and we often wear lighter clothing and its not uncommon to find yourself wearing shorts and sandals. (recommend wearing dark colors grey/green/black)

We do ask that you let your guide know in advance how much fishing experience you have, that way we can pick and chose a river and come up with a plan for your trip that will give you the best chance for success. The more experience each angler has the better chance he/she has at success, otherwise you may be in for a more instructional based fishing day. Every river on the Olympic Peninsula are all different from one another, some are easier to wade than others, some have more over hanging trees which requires more expertise when casting, and some with swift currents and big slippery boulders.

Guests that plan on bringing their own waders and boots we ask to bring felt or rubber bottom boots, you will not be needing studded boots. Before going fishing you must have a valid Washington State fishing license. 

If you have booked a trip with us, our guide will contact you days in advance to go over meeting time and destination for the morning of your trip, current conditions, along with a fishing report. If you have lodging here in the Forks area, your guide can pick you up and take you back at the end of the trip to make it easy if preferred. 

If you want to know more about which specific rivers you'll be fishing, float destinations, flies, equipment, etc. contact your guide and you will learn everything you need to know. We believe in practicing catch and release on ALL wild species. Hope to see you out there!

Fishing Seasons

Winter Steelhead- December- March 31st

Spring Chinook / Coastal Cutthroat Trout- May 1st-July 15th

Summer Coho / Summer Steelhead / Coastal Cutthroat Trout- July 15th- October 31st

Fall Chinook and Coho Salmon / Coastal Cutthroat Trout- September - November 25th

Daily Rates

1 Angler: $450

2 Anglers: $600

3 Anglers $750

*Pricing may vary depending on which season you fish with us

*To book a trip contact Terrance at (360)460-3500