Steelhead on the Upper Queets River

Queets River

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The Upper Queets River in Olympic National Park provides some of the most remote wild steelhead fishing in in the U.S. Lynda V. Mapes writes about it in The Seattle Times.
“Which is prettier? The gleaming white trunks of alders? The ancient stones on the banks, tumbled smooth by the river? Or would the prize go to the river itself — shining silver, teal, aquamarine, and changing with every shift of light and cloud?”

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