Have you ever wanted to learn how to catch a steelhead? Or perhaps you have tried and haven’t been successful. If this rings true, then this workshop is for you!
In this two-day workshop you'll learn the fundamentals of fishing for winter steelhead in northwest Oregon including selection of rods, reels, line and terminal tackle with tips on where to go fishing and how to plan for a safe, fun-filled trip.
You will also learn how to select the right gear, tie the essential knots, clean your catch and learn about fishing ethics, regulations and licensing requirements.
Your registration fee includes lunch on the first day, use of equipment, and a year-long membership in the Association of NW Steelheaders.
There will be an on-the-water session on Sunday, Dec. 8 from 9 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. that will provide further instruction by the workshop instructors, stream side.
Young anglers are welcome to participate, but should be at least 12 years old and able to be around water. Youth must log in to their own license account to register.
This workshop is presented by the experienced steelhead anglers of the Association of NW Steelheaders Sandy River Chapter in partnership with the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife.
For registration questions, call Cat Sandor-Korte 503-947-6017.