Here is the Reel Time Pacific Northwest fishing and outdoor trivia question of the week:
The glacially free flowing river begins its long journey in a temperate national park rain forest before rushing out into the Pacific Ocean.
Many months during the winter and summer it runs high as the river swells up from heavy rains or melting snow, and can be unfishable.
A few years ago the river produced a massive steelhead weighing 29-plus pounds caught6 by a fly angler. The river which has a mainstem, and north and south forks settles into a valley is mostly flat and wide thus sediments flowing downstream create some large gravel bars.
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(Photo by Mark Harrsion, Seattle Times staff photographer)