What’s going on??

Posted: April 26, 2015 by Hellcat in Fish Reports
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The last three weekends we’ve been pounding a stretch of wild steelhead water before it closes for the season. While we’ve been up against the main attraction of spring chinook season it’s offered us a river to ourselves for almost every float. We’ve seen a total of two boats in four trips. Fish on every trip. We’ve witnessed a probable lucky ending for deer likely being pursued by a bear or a cougar as it careened out of the brush into a rapid right in front of us. Bald eagles have guided our floats with their soaring aerobatics and cheerful chirps while in flight over our heads. And like I said quite a few fish too. I’ve been lucky enough to do these floats with some of the best people I know in my life and it’s been a pleasure. To say the least. I think we’ve all got the steelhead bug right now pretty good. I’m downloading all the video tonight and over the course of the week I hope to put something together. I’ve got about 30 videos to edit and stitch. Check back soon!


  1. Chromehammer says:

    Too cool bro! I’m staying tuned 🙂

  2. Hellcat says:

    Thanks Bruv Gray!

  3. donaca says:

    Can’t wait for video. It was so nice to have the river to ourselves.

  4. Hellcat says:

    Yeah it sure was, Donaca. You did great with the net, camera and rowing while I fought that thing. Good trip bud.

  5. Sal Monid says:

    Good water, great times and some good fighting steelhead. Definitely a float to do more than once. The videos ought to be good. Sal

  6. brandon says:

    Good stuff! Looking forward to some videos and getting back on the water with you soon.

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