Fly Fishing Puget Sound's Shorelines

November 18, 2004 By: Marshall Cutchin

“You won’t have to worry about the other guy while fly-fishing spots along the approximately 2,000 miles of shoreline on Washington’s inland marine waters. You won’t find drift hogs elbowing in and casting in front of you. No boats will be spooking the fish by floating over the water you’re whipping.” Greg Johnston talks about the fine beach fishing to be had along the Sound’s edge, including fishing for sea-run cutthroat, steelhead and coho salmon. The article also has some nice photos, including Les Johnson casting in the mist and some colorful “comet” flies used for chum salmon. In the Seattle Post-Intelligencer.