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    Re: Steelhead Fisherman

    I agree with CT on most of his points about the Salmon River. It is more challenging, has bigger average fish, and is absolutely gorgeous. Ohio in the spring has enormous fish on average, and all the proof anyone needs is to look at the Grand River Tackle contest results. A 15 pounder would not even put a guy in the top 30 most years. From a guide's perspective Erie offers incredible numbers and easier fishing for beginner steelheaders. As I am a three season guide who does 200+ trips a year, my priority is to put my people on fish. I love the Salmon and Oswego Rivers, especially with a two hander, but the average customer just cant get it done on those rivers with a great deal of success.
    CT you ever go up there for Skamanias in the summer? If you do let me know, i go a couple times a year and its getting better...


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    Re: Steelhead Fisherman

    Is that Tom Hanks with the blue & yellow rainjacket holding up a steelie?


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    Re: Steelhead Fisherman

    Quote Originally Posted by RIVERPLATE View Post
    Is that Tom Hanks with the blue & yellow rainjacket holding up a steelie?
    oh shit that was funny


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    Re: Steelhead Fisherman

    Quote Originally Posted by coloradoguide View Post
    I agree with CT on most of his points about the Salmon River. It is more challenging, has bigger average fish, and is absolutely gorgeous. Ohio in the spring has enormous fish on average, and all the proof anyone needs is to look at the Grand River Tackle contest results. A 15 pounder would not even put a guy in the top 30 most years. From a guide's perspective Erie offers incredible numbers and easier fishing for beginner steelheaders. As I am a three season guide who does 200+ trips a year, my priority is to put my people on fish. I love the Salmon and Oswego Rivers, especially with a two hander, but the average customer just cant get it done on those rivers with a great deal of success.
    CT you ever go up there for Skamanias in the summer? If you do let me know, i go a couple times a year and its getting better...
    I try to get on the SR at least twice a week. Still haven't hit any skamanies this year. Lots of little rainbows and atlantics.

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