In case you haven’t seen it, our friends from the Flyfish Journal just released a stunning online essay highlighting the steelheading culture surrounding the infamous Skagit River – Regarded by many as the birthplace of modern steelheading as we know it today.
The essay digs deep into the past, present, and future of the Skagit with some great writing, stunning photos, and videos featuring several familiar faces those of you who have joined us at Alaska West are sure to recognize.
If you’re into steelhead, spey fishing, fisheries conservation, or just quality fly fishing content in general, do yourself a favor and check out the full spread by clicking right here. It won’t disappoint.
Jim Herman says
You know…. One of the things I like best about fishing is that, if we get it right, we can have our cake and eat it too. What I am saying here, is that we have opportunities to enjoy a resource to its fullest. Plus, when we put our energy into doing the things that are needed for the resource to renew itself, it most likely will. For me, the last half of “Signs of Life” holds the most meaning.