Fall Fly Fishing on Idaho's Salmon River

“Two-ocean” fish and a catch “so bright you needed sunglasses on to look at it” are the phrases Rich Landers uses to describe October fishing on the Salmon — just the beginning of a long season of cool-weather steelhead and salmon fishing.
“The trigger tends to be in September, when water releases from the depths of Dworshak Reservoir are cut back. That eliminates the cool-water refuge that lures upstream-bound fish to make a pit stop in or near the Clearwater River at Lewiston.” In the Spokesman-Review.

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