Fly Fishing Sol Duc River

The Olympic Peninsula is home to some of the Pacific Northwest's most fertile fishing grounds. Winding its way through the Olympic National Park, the Sol Duc River offers fishermen of all levels a chance to cast for that prize catch of the season. Winter anglers have the opportunity to fish for native steelhead while sharing the shores with river otters, Roosevelt elk and other wildlife. Or fish in the spring and summer for Kings, which run as large as 50 pounds.

The Sol Duc River offers anglers a pristine environment to practice bait casting, fly and plug fishing and even drift fishing for those interested in riding the river. Bring your rod and reel and don't forget to bring the camera - to capture the abundant wildlife along the riverbank and to catch on film the one that didn't get away.