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fishtheworld 06-30-2012 02:44 PM

Advice for fishing around the Hood Canal
Hi All,

I've recently moved to Brinnon, Washington. I'm looking for some ideas of where to go and fish for trout in the area, until the salmon fishing kicks off. Which are the best rivers/lakes coastal areas etc.

I've been catching coastal cutthroat trout down an Point Whitney, but would like to have a go on the rivers. Has anybody got any information about the dosewallips, duckabush, hamma hamma, Quilcene? Or can suggest some other places worth trying.



submariner 06-19-2013 05:41 PM

Re: Advice for fishing around the Hood Canal
used to camp at dosiwallips campground in the National park. Drive up the road as far as you can, you will end up at a campground right next to the river. you will catch native rainbows in the stream. good eating. havenot been there for years.

on Kitsap penninsula there is numerous small cold lakes that with a canoe or u-tube you can fish all day and knock em dead. Most lakes over there are non-motorized and small enough you don;t need a motor.

the rivers are good for trout and salmon.

Watch the regs!!!!!!!:eek:

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