Late Fall on the Yakima River



Fall streamer fishing on the Yakima River in Eastern Washington State is picking up. The rainbows are looking for a “big” meal as winter approaches. They can sense the weather change as water temperatures begin to drop. Its a quiet and peaceful time to be on the river. Big Horn Sheep are back in the Yakima Canyon. Look closely along the hillsides and you will see them. Short floats are best this time of year. Watch the water temperatures closely. There is a cold snap coming however it should warm up after the front moves through.

About mhamilton

http://www.troutdogs.com/writing-narration-production/wp-content/uploads/Michael-Head-Shot.jpgVoice actor, free lance writer and radio television producer living in Seattle , Washington. I am also a professional fly fisherman. My home water is the blue ribbon catch and release Yakima River, near Ellensburg, Washington. I offer select anglers a full day guided fly fishing adventure upon request. E-mail or all me direct.

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