Fishing Season: Hoh:June 1-August 31, September 16-March 31st,2022

Hoh - WA

Fishing Outlook & Conditions

Water Temp:

42

Keith Allison's Tip of the Week

Late pushes of coho still arriving. Work the deep soft water spots to locate holding fish.

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Map of Hoh

Water Flow Data

Tidal Conditions

Orvis-Endorsed guides nearby

Chrome Chasers Fly Fishing

5-Day Outlook as of 11/21/22

Some precipitation forecasted this week will likely bring another batch of salmon.

Techniques & Tips as of 11/21/22

Streamer fishing and swinging intruders in pink, chartreuse, black and blue for chinook and coho.

Local Species Available Hoh:June 1-August 31, September 16-March 31st,2022

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    Steelhead

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    Salmon and Sea Run Cutthroat

Keith Allison's Recommended Fly Patterns

"Must-have" fly fishing patterns in descending order of importance:

Name: Colors: Size(s):
Bead Head Flash Zonker Chartruese/Black
Woolly Bugger Black/Olive
Egg Fly Pink 4
Elk Wing Caddis Tan 10-12
Trout Beads Orange/Pink 8mm-14mm
Flash Flies Pink/Red/Chartruese
Freshwater Clouser Chartruese, Blue or Red
Robinson's Psychedelic Smurf Stone N/A

Bead Head Flash Zonker

When fishing for bass, this pattern fills the need for an all-purpose big fish fly.

Keith Allison's Recommended Gear

Description: About Hoh

The Hoh River on Washington's Olympic Peninsula is glacier fed from Mount Olympus within Olympic National Park meandering through a valley of temperate rain forest. Large gravel bars with long runs, log jambs and braided side channels dominate this river. It's one of the premier rivers for large winter run steelhead on the west coast. Steelhead are present year round and Salmon run April thru November. Sea Run Cutthroat are present summer and fall. The Quillayute Basin includes the Bogachiel, Calawah and Sol Duc Rivers in and around Forks, WA. The Bogachiel is a clear freestone river originating from Bogachiel Peak in the Olympic National Park and has numerous tributaries. Below the hatchery the Calawah joins the Bogachiel and adds considerable flow during fall and winter months. The Sol Duc also joins the Bogachiel at Three Rivers forming the Quillayute River to the Pacific. Be advised the Calawah and Sol Duc are technical white water rivers.

Nearest Airport:

Seatle Tacoma International Airport

Hatches:

N/A

Best Time to Fish:

Late morning on

Best Stretch:

Oxbow to G&L

Best Access:

Oxbow