STEELHEAD FISHING TRIPS
Steelhead Fishing Trips
When hooked, steelhead jump three to five feet out of the water repeatedly while screaming 40 to 50 yards of line off your reel.
These Northwest prizefighting fish average 8 to 14-pounds, and large steelhead weigh in the low 20s.
Pound for pound, steelhead are considered the hardest fighting fish in the world.
The Duncans take six anglers a week into this remote area in Kodiak, Alaska, to fish for wild Steelhead.
To get in and out of camp requires airdropping gear and supplies from a floatplane and then hiking into the camp from a nearby lake.
Wild Rivers Lodge—Kalum River's new lodge—is located on the banks of the world-renowned Skeena River in beautiful British Columbia. The Skeena River is home to the largest run of wild steelhead in the world and also the world record.
Drift fish the Wild and Scenic section of the Rogue River for 4-to 10-pound summer steelhead and the world-famous half-pounders (1½ to 3-pound steelhead nicknamed by Zane Grey).
The trip begins 28 miles west of Grants Pass, Oregon.