Salmon River Fish Pictures Photos Gallery for Steelhead and Salmon fishing in Pulaski NY.
Enjoy my Gallery of Steelhead, King Salmon, Coho Salmon and Brown Trout Salmon River fish pictures photos. From this Salmon River drift boat fishing guide.
The Steelhead and Salmon Fishing of your Dreams…. ….We’ll mak’m Reeeeeeeeeeeeel.
A BIG’ol HOG King Salmon and Myself. King Salmon are also called Chinook Salmon. There is no Nookie like a Chinookie! 😉
Larry and Don with a high-voltage steelhead. Subscribe to my Salmon River Newsletter. Includes: Current Fishing Conditions, Local News, Articles, Videos, Tips and More.
Bill say’s… Randy, I just wanted to thank you for one of the greatest Steelhead Fishing days of my life. You are a true master of your craft. Bill Cody
Thomas managed to hang on to it and after a 5 minute battle, landed a nice Salmon River 6 lb. steelhead.
Daimon’s next Steelhead had a deformed mouth, so he does a funny imitation of the fish’s expression.
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Clint’s Magical Silver Bullet fly fishing Steelhead. Clint’s Adrenaline was at Warp Speed with this Steelhead!
Mark and brother Alex CELEBRATE his first landed steelhead ever! Only took him 3 years of try’n! – yukyuk — Alex left all the smaller ones for his Brother Mark 😉
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Enjoy a fast forward fun drift boat fishing trip video down the Salmon River NY. Covering 4 miles in 4 minutes during the Splendor of our Fall and Winter Salmon and Steelhead fishing seasons.
What helps to cause a BIG RUN of Steelhead or Salmon? This might help plan your Salmon River fishing trip.
BEST FISHING MONTHS For Chinook (King Salmon), Coho Salmon, Steelhead, Atlantic Salmon and Brown Trout.
The following fishing Months and Species are general and depend on temps and water levels:
Credit – Jeff Pierce of https://www.scientificanglers.com/
June – August
Skamania (a summer run strain of Steelhead)
Atlantic Salmon in small numbers.
Chinook also start to show as early as July on high water. But number’s grow with good water conditions in late August.
September – Chinook (King Salmon) and Coho Salmon start coming in in good numbers
Steelhead start coming in in decent numbers.
A few Brown Trout start showing.
October – This is the prime month for Chinook-King Salmon. They come in in large numbers now. Coho Salmon are also coming in in good numbers.
Steelhead really begin showing in good numbers now.
Brown Trout also start coming in in decent numbers but Nov. is peak for them.
November Steelhead and Brown Trout!
Most of the Chinook King Salmon are dead or near dead but a few fresh stragglers do come in. While the Coho Salmon run is over for the most part. They remain in decent shape and hold up longer than the Chinook. This is a great time for Steelheaders! As the Salmon crowds are gone and the numbers of Steelhead are normally good.
The Brown Trout fishing is also pretty good, although not as good as tribs more to the west.
Dec – Feb.
This is obviously the coldest period. The fishing can be great for Steelhead depending on water temps and levels. You are best off fishing from late morning through the afternoon at this time of year. As the suns rays help to warm the water slightly, making the fish a bit more active. Brown Trout are often caught this time of year as well.
March – April Steelhead.
The water starts warming and the Steelhead start coming in in greater numbers. The spawn begins as the temps rise and often a small run of Brown Trout come in to feed on bait fish and Steelhead & Sucker eggs. Don’t be surprised if you hook a Chrome freight train that takes you for a ride! This is a GREAT time to target drop-back Steelhead! These are spawned out Steelhead who are now eating everything in sight. As they work their way back to the lake. The numbers of fish caught in a day at this time of year can be amazing. There are SPRING run Chinook in small numbers that show up at this time.
Usually some Drop Back Steelhead still around. Great time to fish if you enjoy solitude.
The first Skamania and Atlantic’s can be caught at this time as well.
Salmon River Steelhead Fishing Testimonial:
Dear Randy, I wanted to thank you again for such a great steelhead drift boat day on Sunday.
Steven and I are convinced that we learned as much about Steelhead fishing. And the Salmon River itself in one day. As we would have in 10 years of our own wading and exploring. Landing those Steelhead made the day a grand success! Thanks again, all the best and tight lines, Roger Murphy
Roger with just one of a number of steelhead that came to hand off the drift boat on this day. Congrats!
Thumbs up from this Fishing Guide with a Very Happy Salmon River Steelhead Guest.
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