Look hard enough and who knows…..

Posted: January 25, 2012 by Hellcat in Fish Reports, Gear Fishing, Out of Area, Salmon, Trout & Steelhead
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Over one hundred and twenty miles from home…..during a deluge of sideways rain….crossing bridge after bridge of rivers and streams running full of brown, chalky waters….Steve ‘The Traveler’ Lynch along with his beloved wife, Sveta, steadily cruised along looking for somewhere to swing his pink Blue Fox spinner. He goes to that spinner in all conditions. Like a cop to his Glock it truly is his weapon of choice. Steelhead, salmon, winter or summer…you can find The Traveler with that spinner hanging off his rod. In what he described to me as ‘a small section of clear water’ sliced in between the torrent brown water on a brand new river he had never fished (on his way to harvest butter and razor clams) Steve indeed found a biter. Truly amazing. This is why we call him the Traveler. Steve has shared much of his newly found waters with his friends and fellow All Around Anglers. Unselfishly. Bravo to you, Traveler. Proud to know you. And oh yeah….the clams you dropped by yesterday were delectable.

Steve Traveler Lynch

His lovely wife, Sveta…holstered up and ready for clams…

  1. Hello Steve!! Awesome how you and your wife Sveta have such passion for fishing and chasing steel!
    Tight lines!

  2. Steve says:

    Hello back at you Reel Tech,
    We both certainly enjoy the hunt to find out where their hiding,,,,so much more in the recent blown out conditions I must say.

    Tight lines for sure!

  3. The Hustler says:

    That rocks. I went clamming for the first time this year. It was a night time tide and pitch black. Thank god for lanterns. We got our limits. Razors are soooo good. Nice job on finding a fish.

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