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The table below is a rough guide to the timing of fish runs in the Forks, Washington area rivers.

Because our water conditions fluctuate so widely, please remember that even during peak season, fishing is most dependent upon favorable water height and clarity.

Fish aren't the only thing running in these rivers!

For those anglers coming from a long distance away, we recommend you contact us to pick the best times to come so that we can factor in typical weather conditions in helping you choose your fishing dates.
  Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. March April
Fall Kings-All Rivers                

Closed

Fall Coho-All Rivers                
Bogachiel Hatchery Steelhead                                                        
Calawah Hatchery Steelhead                                                        
Sol Duc Snider Broodstock Steelhead                                                        
Hoh Hatchery Steelhead                                                     Closed
  Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. March April
Bogachiel Wild Steelhead                                                        
Calawah Wild Steelhead                                                        
Sol Duc Wild Steelhead                                                        
Hoh Wild Steelhead                                                     Closed
  • Aqua squares represent times where these fish are generally never present in fishable numbers, or a river is closed.

  • Green squares represent fringes of the runs where an angler may encounter a particular specie, but numbers generally do not support targeting fish at this time.

  • Royal blue squares mean that fish are present in fair to good numbers, quality of fishing during these times generally varies from year to year.

  • Red squares represent peak periods. These are are most recommended times for booking and dates book very early, so plan accordingly!

 


 

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