Cascade Mountain Creeks, Washington
Quick Facts and Pricing
- Mid June – October
- Full day 8-9 hours fishing time
Half day 4-5 hours fishing time
- From Seattle
- 45 – 90 minutes
- $425 Full day walk and wade, 1-2 anglers
$325 Half day walk and wade, 1-2 anglers
$75 Additional for 3rd angler
Prices do not include WA state sales tax
- Native West Slope Cutthroat
Native Coastal Cutthroat
- 000-3wt rods, all dry flies
Glass or bamboo
- Elk Hair Caddis, Titanic Caddis, Humpy, Royal Wulff, H&L Variant, Stimulator, PMD, Split-wing Baetis,
- Clothing and Equipment Checklist
- Cancellation Policy
Here at EWA, we pride ourselves on searching out new and exciting fisheries in our area to provide diverse and unique fly fishing opportunities for our clients. We are constantly trying to find virtually undiscovered fisheries in our area and we are happy to offer our newest discovery, Cascade Mountain Creeks.
Because the PNW is known for its steelhead and salmon, most anglers in the area focus most of their efforts on anadromous species. What is produced are some amazing little streams tucked into the mountains around Seattle that have some great dry fly fishing, much of the time for native species that have never seen a stocked fish.
For those who enjoy minimalist fly fishing or fishing fiberglass, bamboo or extremely lightweight rods, these fisheries are for you. We use nothing larger than a 3wt and usually use 0-1wt rods to cast size 14-20 attractor and imitative patterns.
Some of these fisheries require above average wading skills as they are sometimes forged by wading or scrambling over log jams. While this can be difficult, the rewards are well worth the effort.
Much like the desert creeks we fish, these are small creeks and streams that cannot handle a ton of pressure so we reserve the right to screen/qualify who we take to these flowing gems and only offer these trips when we feel the fisheries can handle the pressure.