Here is the Reel Time Pacific Northwest fishing and outdoor trivia question of the week:
This northern coastal river has a nickname that might not suit well for golfers looking for a par or birdie, but it does offer an angler plenty of good times virtually every month of the year.
Winter steelhead are the big draw as it gets a pretty massive smolt plant released from the rearing ponds.
The best winter steelhead fishing months are December and January, and it gets jam packed on a five-mile area from boat launch near the ponds downstream. Bank anglers also score a good number of steelhead in this same area.
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