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Is it just a high-water year? OR could this be the start of an epic Summer Steelhead run? Thanks to Lamiglas Fishing Rods for sponsoring this episode! Make sure you check out the LX96MS, HS94MS and GP10MS (Or MC for the casting models!) The numbers at Willamette Falls are looking like we might have something special going on this year...are you rea…
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An article by Darryl Choronzey explains their findings while watching Cameras underwater trolling the Great Lakes. Although this article is focused on Lake Trout - this section discusses other species habits as well for following trolled lures in the open Lake - Steelhead (Rainbow Trout), Coho Salmon, Chinook Salmon and Lake Trout are discussed.…
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This interesting technique of drift fishing helps avoid driving hooks into sticks and rocks and allows for quicker detection of stealthy bites from Salmon and Steelhead. It's an interesting idea that is part of an article from the Salmon Trout Steelheader website. Read by Host Lucas HolmgrenOleh salmontroutsteelheader
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Part of Bob Rees plug fishing article is featured, as well as some notes on recent fishing - including our latest video with Tyler Kraft and Tony Amato. Some phenomenal days have happened in 2024 for Steelhead - let's hope it's a good sign of things to come! Thanks for listening - Lucas HolmgrenOleh salmontroutsteelheader
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**FIXED and REUPLOADED** After a tough day of covering a long float on the Olympic Peninsula, Keith Andrew and Lucas reflect on the difficulties in finding fish behind other boats and how they approach it. Other topics like first steelhead are discussed. An excellent weekend of fishing - this episode was recorded the day after the previous episode.…
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A number of topics are discussed the night before a Steelhead trip on the Olympic Peninsula of Washingtons Pacific Coast. Keith, Andrew and Lucas discuss various Steelhead techniques, focusing in a bit on bobber-dogging 6 inch worms for Steelhead, which can be an excellent way to target big Wild Steelhead in higher water, which were the conditions …
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A long-time disagreement between various groups, hatchery supplementation and wild-fish only advocates have long been at war with each other. There can be a balance of ideas though when it comes to Broodstocking and Wild Steelhead rivers. This is only the opinion of the host and does not necessarily represent the opinion of Salmon Trout Steelheader…
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With major expertise and experience in Mountaineering, Andrew Schnell brings Outdoor mastery to the sport of Steelhead Fishing. The demanding hikes and hard rivers to access are the ones that he loves to explore. His hard work researching and putting in serious wading and hiking time, has resulted in a large number of River Steelhead. Lucas intervi…
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Another great opportunity to talk with the Legend of STS! Frank Amato has been responsible for a massive amount of fishing content about Salmon, Trout and Steelhead especially. In this episode, I was able to meet up with the man himself in the office and talk about his early days of fishing. BONUS - learn about the brand new Lamiglas Spiral Wrapped…
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The infamous B-Run of Coho (Silver) Salmon is full of aggressive, biter fish! In this episode, Lucas talks about their life-cycle and the current status of 2023 Coho. He also interviews his six-year old daughter about her experience catching a B-Run Coho Salmon in 2020. We are almost at 100K Downloads!! Please tell your friends and share your favor…
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After the tragic passing of Tom Posey, Jose Ruelas has carried on the legacy of Dick & Tom Posey. In this interview we talk about the expansion of the brand into different areas of the country, various models and the future of the company. A new era has arrived, and Lamiglas is doing great things with design, fulfillment, customer service and legac…
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With 35 years of Guiding Experience for Salmon and Steelhead, Scott Amerman has seen the ups and downs of salmonoid runs in Oregon State. He has begun a lawsuit against ODFW to maintain what they have promised in the past in regards to restrictions. Yet the Commercial fisheries of Alaska and Canada have over-harvested the Oregon Salmon Runs...yet t…
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A discussion of the subject of fishing rod sensitivity. How graphite and fiberglass affect the "feel" of a fishing rod. This episode is based on the various factors that affect how you can feel a sinker or bite through a fishing rod. Based on 5+ years of work in the fishing rod industry, Lucas talks about this subject.…
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Keeping it simple for weight, color and style is gospel when twitching for trout. After doing research (reading all I could find) and taking journal notes for six years, two weights have worked best. Eight species of trout in 100 plus lakes, March through November. One-eighths and ¼ ounce will be your “working tools” in 90% of all conditions and si…
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Lucas talks about the perils of getting those lock-jawed early A-Run Coho (Silver) Salmon to bite! Although it can be tough, there are ways to get those fish to snap. Whether it be repeated casts, or switching up to various lures, sizes and colors, there is a chance to get those fish to snap. It is certainly not easy, but in this podcast, Lucas dis…
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Unfortunately, many people mistake a near-spawn Chinook (King) Salmon for the famed "Ivory" or "White King". In reality, there is a massive difference. All Chinook, whether red or white, will eventually lose nutritional value and turn a mushy, pale white color. The "Tules" of the Columbia River are famous for turning to white meat, even while they …
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Lucas Holmgren reads an article by Scott Haugen about the Egegik River and Becharof Lodge. This fishery is phenomenal for numbers and delicious meat with generous limits. This is a great place to learn new techniques and enjoy hearty meals and good times with good people. There is a video on the STS Youtube channel about the Egegik River - just sea…
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Steelhead are all the same right? Well...yes and no. There are two major "runs" of steelhead that are differentiated as "Ocean-maturing" and "River-maturing" meaning, some are ready to reproduce quickly upon entering the river, others enter the river with many months to go. In this episode, Lucas explains these differences, as well as the run-timin…
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This episode is based off a biological paper discussing barriers to salmon and steelhead migration. Many factors, such as temperatures, turbidity and dissolved oxygen can have an affect on whether or not salmon and steelhead continue upstream on their migration. These biological aspects of salmon and steelhead are helpful to understanding the speci…
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JD Richey discusses the importance of using sinkers when flat-lining plugs in certain areas of the river. Especially important are low and slow holes with uneven bottoms. Sometimes a sinker on a dropper can get a plug like a Flatfish, Kwikfish or Maglip into the zone, and this holds true for Spring Chinook, Summer Chinook, Fall Chinook and Winter C…
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This is an editorial from a past STS issue about dealing with snags and hangups, written by Nick Amato and narrated by Lucas Holmgren. It may seem a simple subject, and it is, but it is one we have all dealt with as anglers. Sometimes it's good to bring perspective to basic concepts. In this article you'll hear the standard techniques behind dealin…
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Two advanced anglers discuss the details surrounding Spring King Fishing. Although this is directed at Columbia River Fisheries, it really does apply to Coastal Salmon fishing and even the Great Lakes. Jarod is a wealth of knowledge and knows his fisheries well. Bill is a talented angler, but not afraid to ask questions and learn more from the youn…
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Cameron Black from Addicted Fishing & Gone Catchin' Guide Service discusses the top three most important tactics to catch more Kokanee. Sometimes people pay too much attention to factors that aren't actually as important to catching fish. In reality, speed, depth and lure size are often the biggest factors. Listen as he discusses these factors - na…
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Utilizing wood structure for Steelhead is key to understanding where they lie in a river. Sometimes even a little twig sticking in the river can create a line that steelhead hang behind. Roger explains the importance of fishing wood structure and examining it during summer low-water months. Lucas narrates this Great Lakes Angler article from the ma…
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There's no better feeling as a parent as watching your children reel in salmon or steelhead! I've had the pleasure of watching my 5 year old daughter reel in a big Coho, and my 7 year old son reel in a gorgeous Winter Steelhead! In this episode I talk a bit about that, as well as our new LIVE FEED from Salmon Trout Steelheader. You can watch it liv…
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Duane Inglin, the host of Fish Hunt Northwest is interviewed by Lucas Holmgren about his show as well as some great information on bait. Duane discusses the proper care of eggs, freezing, thawing them, how long they keep in the fridge and a few tips of when and when not to add scents. Check out Duane's podcast and TV show Fish Hunt Northwest and te…
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Roger Hinchcliff is interviewed by Lucas Holmgren discussing both fixed floats and slip floats. Also discussed is steelhead water, colors, metabolisms of steelhead and the fall run of 2022 in the Great Lakes. Roger is a wealth of information who does more steelhead seminars than anyone in the Great Lakes. Learn little details to add to your knowled…
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Lael Paul Johnson and Keith Johnson break down past steelhead fishing experiences and talk about the 2023 winter steelhead run including trophies caught already! From gear fishing to swinging flies for trophy steelhead, there's a lot discussed on a February evening right before another day of steelhead fishing! New info on FYSH Foundation! Please l…
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The art of reading steelhead water is one of the most important factors for actually catching steelhead. Once you find steelhead, as long as they're not spooked, they are actually pretty aggressive toward baits, but fishing places they don't hold is a sure way to catch less steelhead. The highly talented angler Tyler Kraft discusses his favorite ar…
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An article written by Josiah Darr speaking about his first experience fishing beads for steelhead, and how he came to examine different aspects. Discussed are subjects like mono vs. flouro, pegged or sliding, soft vs hard bead? This is some good insight into the basics of steelhead beads, but much more can be found in Randy Bonners book "The Bead B…
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Kelly Wilson - known on Instagram as @riverwarrior87 is a fish-bum, bank maggot who catches hundreds of salmon and steelhead a year. Listen as he discusses how he approaches new rivers, favorite colors for B-Run Coho, bead options, differences between hatchery and wild steelhead lures.Oleh salmontroutsteelheader
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There are many ways to fish for coho. Be open to alternative techniques if your go-to method fails! I’ve only listed a few that have been successful to me. You may have better options. The idea is to use the technique the fish want. In the last column we talked about twitchin’ for coho, which is my absolute favorite method to use for several reason…
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There’s those lucky “in-betweeners,” as I wrote about in a recent issue of STS. The times when salmon and steelhead occupy the same river system, at the same time. The typical “target” species could really be a variety where I live. In South-west Washington I’ve lots of options, from the tidewater of the Columbia River, to the tributaries that flow…
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Lucas and Roger Hinchcliff remember Tom Posey and talk about their experiences with Tom while working for Lamiglas Inc. Tom was the President of Lamiglas and made a number of changes and updates to the company that revitalized the brand and rods. Tom came from a real estate background and reinvented the brand through innovation and an updated busin…
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Talkin' about the almighty steelhead. Roger Hinchcliff of Lamiglas Rods and Steelhead Manifesto is interviewed by Lucas Holmgren about the different traits of steelhead that make them unique, Great Lakes vs Pacific Northwest Steelhead, and beads/jigs/bait. Roger discusses colors, sense of smell, hearing and sight with our favorite fish. Roger is on…
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The Stability Zone "Shangri-La for Kings" by Matt Straw There is another dimension, between time and space, between the swells and the lake’s floor. It’s the middle ground between emptiness and bait. It’s a place called…the Stability Zone. Learn about King Salmon and Ideal Temperatures for stable salmon fishing.…
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Fish with Jared Cady - www.bigskyanglers.com. Jared talks the techniques and holding water of Brown Trout and Rainbows in storied watersheds like Idaho's Henry's Fork and the Madison River. From the size of the flies to the species of bugs, listen as Jared talks one of the best trout fisheries on planet earth.…
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From a deadly niche-technique, to a West Coast phenomenon, “Twitching” has added a new tool in many coho (silver) salmon anglers arsenals. This technique has been covered in STS before, and there are many excellent resources to learn more about the basic twitching technique. Basic Twitching Here is a quick breakdown of basic twitching. Cast into yo…
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