Jan 30, 2018 by Jason Brooks
5 Tips for High Water Steelhead

5 TIP’S FOR HIGH WATER STEELHEAD by Jason Brooks Two weeks of rain and counting with more to come. It seems like our rivers and streams will never come back “into shape” and our winter steelhead season continues to dwindle down from months to weeks. Rain and high water makes...

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Nov 29, 2017 by Tom Nelson
MONTANA!

Living in western Washington, you get used to being around people. Lots of people... That's not a good thing if you're a rifle hunter,.. bust your butt to get to the ridge top only to find more souls in blaze orange than you do game animals. Don't get me wrong, I love my...

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Nov 08, 2017 by Jason Brooks
Very Few Bucks in Idaho’s Backcountry, Elk Abound

Hunt Report: Idaho! by Jason Brooks Spending this past week in the Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness I found myself in an unusual situation. After putting up the wall tent and unpacking our gear for the week as the Cessna 206 flew away leaving us in solitude I...

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Jul 21, 2017 by Jason Brooks
Columbia River Catch and Release Sturgeon

by Jason Brooks The lower Columbia river that separates Oregon and Washington is a super-highway for salmon and steelhead. As fall runs approach most anglers set up and wait to intercept fish. A single take-down makes everyone on board excited but what if there was another fishery where you can...

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Jun 16, 2017 by Jason Brooks
Scout Now for Fall’s Hunts!

by Jason Brooks With special permit draws being announced hunting season is starting to feel a little bit closer. If you drew your “dream tag” or struck out once again now is the time to start your scouting. If you attended my seminar last April then you heard me talk...

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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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Feb 10, 2017 by Jason Brooks
5 Quick Tips for Trophy Steelhead

by Jason Brooks Big wild steelhead are starting to show in our Northwest rivers. This means it’s time to go fishing folks. Here are five quick tips to make your trip better. Upsize your gear - Once you set the hook and realize you have a big steelhead it’s nice to know you...

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Nov 28, 2016 by Jason Brooks
Next Hunting Season Starts Now

Tips for Becoming a Successful Deer Hunter by Jason Brooks With most deer season’s winding down and and folks updating their social media sites with “success” photos some might find themselves asking, “How are certain people so successful and other’s only find a buck, any buck, every few years?”. I am...

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Aug 30, 2016 by Tom Nelson
The Washington Tuna Classic 2016

Tuna fishing is a little like getting bit by a tick: It gets under your skin and you hope you don't get the "disease"... If it weren't for my former on-air partner, Seattle Seahawk Pro-Bowler Robbie Tobeck and SaltPatrol.com's John Keizer, my tuna condition would likely have not progressed from...

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Aug 19, 2016 by Jason Brooks
Buoy 10!

Good bait and perseverance will pay off when it comes to salmon fishing, especially Buoy 10 fishing. It all started the night before our trip as Jason Hambly put a few empty jars into the kitchen sink. He then stuffed them with herring and poured in some rock salt. There...

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