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Satsop River (Grays Harbor County) Fishing Report
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Name: River Chrome Guide Service Contact: (306) 305-9675
My name is Danny Stonedahl and I have been fishing the rivers in Whatcom and Skagit counties for many years. I am determined to get clients into fish and share all of my knoweldge so that they can apply it to their own fishing experiences. Main fisheries include Skagit River Springers, Coho and Steelhead, Cascade River Steelhead and Coastal River Opportunities.
Name: fishenfreak Date: November 13, 2012 Rating:
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Fished the Chehalis and Satsop this week because i had a few days off from guiding, had a great time fishin with my dad, we caught limits of coho, too many chums and even a few hog kings! lots of fish on eggs, especially on the satop, but we hit a lot of fish on spoons and spinners as well, chums on float and jig with shrimp that was their favorite by far. Man do those damn dogs fish HARD!! haha, we fished the chehalis in the middle of no where, and the satsop on the east fork, drift boat on the satsop and a sled on the other rivers,

Had a GREAT experience with some snaggers on the satsop also, GO to the river forum to read about it, its called "Stealing Coho From The Snaggers"

Back to searching for early winter steel!

River Chrome Guide Service

River Chrome Guide Service specializes in Salmon and Steelhead fishing,guided fishing trips and instructional fishing trips on many rivers within close driving distance of Seattle, Tacoma and Everett, including the Nooksack, Skagit, Stillaguamish and many of their smaller yet very productive tributaries.

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#1 afk says:
November 15, 2012 07:21 AM
Enjoy these days with your dad. Thanks for the report.
#2 makscoot says:
November 15, 2012 09:30 AM
Hey FishnFrerak, Is there any reason a Rower with limited experience could drift the satspo?
Never drifted that river before, but would love a last shot ot the silvers on the coastal river, Either that or the lower Hunp, Thanks

#3 RiverChromeGS says:
November 15, 2012 07:40 PM
makscoot, the satsop is not the easiest river in the world, but not the toughest either, id put it right at about 5 out of 10 on a difficulty scale! coho are just starting there now!
#4 obryan214 says:
November 19, 2012 04:10 PM
good job. nice fish.
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