Washington's Olympic Peninsula

Dennis and Jackie with coastal steelhead

The "Chosen River" is an actual seldom fished stream in the heart of the Olympic Peninsula. While other big name rivers become over crowed with angling pressure, this drainage gets very little attention. Locals reverently call it, "Little Alaska". Come spend a day or two.......you will see why.

Fabled waters in a fabled land. Much has been written about the coastal area and fishing, in Washington's last frontier. From the Hoh River Rain Forest to the Pacific Ocean beaches, there is simply nothing mundane about the O.P. From the Roosevelt Elk to American bald eagle.......life goes on here, as if time forgot it's luggage.

The wild steelhead, salmon, and trout become the epitome, of this timeless land. From the late winter native steelhead, which can exceed thirty pounds, to the little wild summer steelhead, which appear and act like, large aggressive rainbow trout. The Olympic Peninsula streams has something for everyone........if you are into that wild majestic sort of thing.

Cost: $350 for 1 or 2 anglers

Group rate: $150 per angler up to parties of six

Reservations: Send a 50% deposit to:

Dennis Dickson, Flyfishing
PO Box 295
Arlington WA 98223

Deposit cancellation and FAQ found in Rates and Bookings

Sear-run cutthroat


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