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As one season melts into another in the Pacific Northwest, different breeds of fish come to life in various rivers, as do sea monsters coming out of hibernation. But don't worry, the seasoned guides at Guide You To Fish Northwest know where to find them.
In the winter months, they load fellow anglers into their heated boats and scour the rivers in search of steelhead, which they continue to do into the spring. In these later months, the fish can weigh more than 20 pounds apiece, as much as a newborn baby if he's holding a steelhead. As temperatures rise in March, their focus shifts to chinook salmon and stealhead. These chinook and stealhead swim strong throughout the summer, until fall hits. But no matter which month it is, you can always book a sightseeing or eagle-watching tour on one of the boats.