Few locations match the fishing diversity in Washington, including everything from saltwater and coastal streams to mountain creeks, freestone rivers, and desert tailwaters. But Washington is known for its steelhead, and our eastside rivers offer some of the best summer-run steelhead fishing in the U.S. In addition, the Yakima River is a classic tailwater and Washington’s blue ribbon trout stream. Yet for destination fishing trips, Washington is often overlooked. We’re celebrating our return to fishing with this steelhead appreciation installment—complete with Andrew Bennett and Lucas St. Clair interviews—of Epic Clips.—LYA Editor
Photo: Andrew Bennett with Steelhead on the Methow River.
Images: Jeremiah Watt
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