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Snoqualmie River & Salish Sea Fishing

Stretching 45 miles through King and Snohomish County, the Snoqualmie River’s includes the tributaries of the North, Middle, and South Forks, draining west of the Cascade Mountains. Most of these waters originate as snowmelt from the Alpine Lakes Wilderness. With summer this region becomes rich with fishing opportunities for a variety of trout species as well as steelhead and salmon. 

For those taking the 3-day trip, your adventure will be a coastal foray into the Salish Sea Watershed, a thriving region home to many species of fish, including chinook salmon and steelhead.