Feb 23, 2017 by Jason Brooks
Catch More Kokanee with these Useful Tips

by Jason Brooks With temperatures finally starting to warm up it’s time to pull the boat out of winter storage and rig the rods for kokanee! These tasty landlocked Sockeye are already starting to fill stringers on many Eastern Washington lakes and Southwest Washington reservoirs. Here are a few tips...

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Sep 26, 2016 by Rob Endsley
It’s Here – Daiwa Lexa Line Counter!

By Rob Endsley Daiwa's new Lexa 300 line counter is a compact powerhouse that will put plenty of salmon, steelhead, and tuna in the boat here in the Pacific Northwest. With the Lexa's buttery smooth Ultimate Tournament Carbon Drag anglers can finesse a big steelhead or walleye on light line or...

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Mar 22, 2015 by Rob Endsley
Rigging and Fishing Yarnies for Steelhead

It's March 22nd here in Wet-stern Washington and I've been beating this yarnie horse for quite a while now. In the right conditions (low and clear) they flat out get the job done for winter steelhead and they are so, so, so easy to rig up. I just transferred over...

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Jun 25, 2014 by Tom Nelson
Sitka 2014 Great White: NORTH!

This year's edition of The Outdoor Line's annual Sitka trip was a very special one. We had some Alaska "first-timers", (I was going to say "Greenhorns" but...) some of our wives made the trip for the first time in several years and 2014 marked the Alaskan arrival of the 710...

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Sep 03, 2013 by Rob Endsley
Daiwa Saltist Line Counter Passes Alaskan Field Test

There are few products that I'll give my blessing to before I field test them in the fish-filled waters of Southeast Alaska. I spend my summer months running salmon and halibut charters in Craig, Alaska, a place where very few reels last more than a couple of days. Read on...

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Mar 14, 2013 by Rob Endsley
Gearing Up for an Alaska Charter Season

It's March 13th and while I should be thinking about steelhead fishing or something "current" my mind is already preoccupied with all the little things that could make my life easier on the boat this summer in Southeast Alaska. If you didn't already know I own and operate Prince of...

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Feb 17, 2013 by Tom Nelson
2013 Olympic Peninsula Salmon Derby -Day One

Last year was our first time at the Olympic Penninsula Salmon Derby and after experiencing the event, the location and of course the fishing... there was no way I was going to miss this year! The Harborside Inn was very generous to host us and we did a remote broadcast of...

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