Here is the Reel Time Pacific Northwest fishing and outdoor trivia question of the week:
This river flows almost 45-miles down into the Columbia River after starting on the slopes of what had been one of the most pristine mountains in Washington.
It is also flanked by two other very popular steelhead fishery rivers in the southwest. There is an old nuclear plant site across from the mouth and nearby was the location of a famous explorer’s campsite.
There are plenty of bank fishing access areas on this river that dumps out just west of I-5 and flows east with two hatcheries above. It gets a hefty plant of winter steelhead smolts and a fairly good number of summer steelhead smolts.
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