fishing community

Meeting new friends!

Please email me at bry@steelheadgirls.com or send us a Facebook message if you are interested in joining a group to meet other girls that fish in your area! We all know it’s difficult to get out on our own, plus it’s not safe, so I’m looking to create a group that will allow you to see who fishes the same rivers as you and would like a fishing buddy!

~SG

Being a part of your community

This past weekend I didn’t catch any fish! We fished the big C and only got to see one fish being netted but it was an amazing sight to see so many boats out there. Of course I wasn’t happy with the competition, but the NW Steelheaders Association – Portland Chapter put together a “wounded for warriors” trip and that is what was such an amazing sight. There were hundreds of boats out on Saturday and I got to meet a few amazing ladies that were part of this chapter and Wounded for Warriors trip. There were plenty of smelt and sea lions out there catching all of the fish so I hope that some warriors were able to find some in the mix.

I also attended the North of Falcon meeting last week in an effort to see what may be done to clean up the Skokomish rivers and some other Puget Sound salmon fisheries this fall. The Skok is where Jeff learned to fish and where I caught my first salmon. It’s not the prettiest place, especially during salmon season, but it COULD be. Anyhow, I’m not writing to talk about the Skok and it’s issues, but rather to talk about my first experience attending a meeting of this nature.
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