Here is the Reel Time Pacific Northwest fishing and outdoor trivia question of the week:
This little river that feeds into northern Puget Sound bay and flows directly under I-5 through valley farmlands offers an angler a chance at late-summer kings, but has been dogged recently as “snag city.” Many landowners on the eastern banks of the river have shutdown their access with some now charging fees.
It is commonly referred to as “The Ditch” and the aesthetics aren’t like being on a pristine northern Olympic coastal river, however, it can generate some excellent king fishing in late August and September for kings 10- to 30-plus pounds.
Where am I fishing?
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(Photo by Mike Siegel, The Seattle Times staff photographer)