Here is the Reel Time Pacific Northwest fishing and outdoor trivia question of the week:
This Puget Sound regional river gained fame by the likes of early 20th Century fly-anglers Zane Grey and Roderick Haig-Brown.
In 2001, this “fork in the river” got one of the more healthy winter steelhead smolt plants in the local streams, and anglers were catching them late last week, and this past weekend it opened for conventional gear and bait.
It can be a zoo at times during the peak of the winter steelhead fishery, but it also generates a good following of fly-anglers for summer steelhead.
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(Photo by Mark Harrsion, Seattle Times staff photographer)