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Evening on the South Fork Snoqualmie

By Troutnut on July 6th, 2018
I made a quick trip Friday after work to the mountains, hoping to teach a friend how to fly fish. The South Fork Snoqualmie looked inviting, and we drove to a set of pools that were full of eager fish around this time last year. Unfortunately, they seemed almost empty this time. I missed a couple hits, and my friend will have to wait until next time to catch his first trout. After he had to leave, I explored a new stretch of the river and found a few willing fish, including the first two Westslope Cutthroat I've caught on the west slope of the Cascades. (They're named for a different west slope.)

Photos by Troutnut from the South Fork Snoqualmie River in Washington

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