Trout Photos

Washington State offers an incredibly diverse option for fly fishing destinations.

Brad and Sean from Silver Bow with a nice rainbow trout from the Spokane River. A perfect Spokane River Redband Rainbow holds steady for his profile before released. The head of a great Bull Trout caught on BC's Wigwam River. A Wigwam River Bull Trout smiles and poses for his photo. This Wigwam Bull Trout was starting to get some beautiful colors for the spawning season. The topside of another nice BC Bull Trout. A sucker fish ready for a smooch. A baby Smallmouth Bass from a local pond. Doug N. enjoying a warm winter day at Rocky Ford Creek in Washington. Josh K. beside himself with a fatty Rocky Ford Rainbow in Central Washington. Uncle Ben at Rocky Ford for his 40th birthday with another great rainbow trout. Sean, owner of Silver Bow, giving the hero shot to the camera with a Big Hole brown. Silver Bow guide Britten Jay enjoying a summer day on the Clark Fork River whacking rainbows. A legit Fish Creek cuttbow (rainbow / cutthroat hybrid) that inhaled a bugger. Mark Poirier checking out a nice long rainbow trout from Rocky Ford Creek in Washington. JMills81 thought that a good sucker fish would double as a good vacuum cleaner around the house. A beautiful little brown trout caught on the Big Hole River in Montana. Uncle Ben sporting the Simms Waders and shirt with a Montana Brown Trout. A healthy Big Hole River brown trout getting released back into his home. Montana brown trout can often be heavily spotted like this Big Hole River trout. A nice rainbow from the lower Coeur d'Alene River; there's not alot, but they are usually big. A nice Westslope Cutthroat fell victim to a Big Bird Bugger fished in a back eddy. Michael Visintainer (aka Stan) with a legit North Fork of the Coeur d'Alene cutthroat trout that fell prey to a big streamer. Client Rick Roddis with a solid Westslope Cutthroat from a guided North Fork of the Coeur d'Alene trip in June. A gorgeous Westslope Cutthroat from a great day of June fly fishing on the upper North Fork of the Coeur d'Alene drainage. Anglers kickin' early season on the North Fork of the Coeur d'Alene River. Krissy with her new Winston Biix and Lamson Litespeed holding a Westslope Cutthroat from the upper Selway River in Idaho. An upper Selway Westslope Cutthroat trout caught on a Madam X dry fly. A Big Hole River brown trout being released back in the river. Our good friend Ty Comeau with a great rainbow trout from the Spokane River. 9 year old Daazhraii with one of her first fly caught rainbows from the Spokane River. Sean Visintainer releasing an early season Westslope Cutthroat Trout on the St. Joe River, Idaho. Sean and Allie with a male Westslope Cutthroat Trout that took a large skwala dry fly in April on the St. Joe. Britten Jay rummaging through his box of dry fly treats for cutthroat in Idaho's Panhandle on the St. Joe. Sean holding a Redband Rainbow Trout from the Spokane River his dad Jon caught on a Winston Fly Rod. A good solid Redband Rainbow from the Spokane River with Brad from OutThere Monthly Magazine. Head shot of a Redband Rainbow Trout cameraman Mike V. caught fly fishing on the Spokane River. Sean and dad Jon chillin' in the Sotar Strike on the lower Spokane River. Double Redband Rainbows in the net on the Spokane River. A sweet rainbow trout caught on a chubby chernobyl dry fly on the Spokane River A legit 21 inch Redband Rainbow caught while fly fishing on the Spokane River. Nancy M posing with a massive bull trout caught in the dead of winter in Montana. Bo with a nice bow caught on a double nymph rig in the Clark Fork River. A Clark Fork River rainbow posing with a Prince Nymph during a winter outing. Felix is all business with a healthy Spokane trout caught nymphing during the summer. With only a few hours fly fish, a happy client learns how to catch trout on the Spokane. It's all smiles for Heather with one of numerous rainbows from the Spokane River. A Westslope Cutthroat trout slipping back in the North Fork of the Coeur d'Alene River. Steve with a perfect 19in brown trout from the Spokane River caught on a size 18 fly. Wayne from Maine with sweet Spokane Rainbow caught right out of downtown Spokane. A healthy Redband Rainbow being release back in the Spokane River. Shop owner Sean Visintainer slides a thick Westslope cutthroat in to be unhooked on Indepence Creek in Idaho. Angler Mark Poirier with the first fish of the day on the North Fork of the Coeur d'Alene River. A large group of butterflies line the banks of the shadowy St. Joe river in the Panhandle of Idaho. The AIRE raft takes a break from a long day of fly fishing on the St. Joe River in Idaho. Mike Visintainer with a good native Westslope Cutthroat Trout from the St. Joe River. A healthy cutthroat taking a drink of water before being released back in the gin clear water of the Joe. Ben V. showing off his first fish of the 2012 season on the North Fork of the Coeur d'Alene River. Spokane fly fishing guides Britten Jay and Sean Visintainer pick pockets with nymphs as they shoot through the pillars in Peacefull Valley on the Spokane. Spokane river fly fishing guide Britten Jay working clients down the river for rainbow trout. Slippery little bastards! Spencer Williams and Spokane fly shop owner Sean Visintainer with a nice fly caught rainbow trout. Sean Visintainer wade fishing the Spokane River on his day off for trout. Sean Visintainer digs back to launch a cast to rising cutthroat trout on the North Fork of the Coeur d'Alene River. Another cutthroat trout to finish off a good day of fly fishing in Idaho. The upper meadows on a North Fork of the Coeur d'Alene drainage tributary. Silver Bow Guide Britten Jay doing some wet wading on the Spokane River on his off day. And the money shot of a Spokane River double whammy from the summer time. This Westslope Cutthroat opens wide and patiently waits for us to remove a sparkle minnow streamer from his jaw. Sean and Uncle Ben float down the North Fork of the Coeur d'Alene near the South Fork in search of early season risers. Silver Bow owner Sean Visintainer holding a cutthroat for his brother Mike to snap a photo that would eventually be in Spokesman Review paper. Releasing a brown back into the Spokane River eco-system. Snow pack in the Idaho Panhandle over looks the Coeur d'Alene drainage in March. June fishing on the upper North Fork of the Coeur d'Alene produces another fine cutthroat trout. The burnt orange slashes underneath the jaw of a native cutthroat trout on the St. Joe River. Anglers work the riffles on the lower St. Joe during June in search of cutthroat. The massive head of an elusive Spokane River Brown Trout. Sean Visintainer (owner Silver Bow) and Josh Seaton (Guide) getting in on some early season nymphing action on the Spokane River before their guide season kicks off. Slipping a perfect Red Band rainbow back into the Spokane River. Uncle Ben and Sean go out for a pre-runoff float on the Coeur d'Alene for the skwala and bwo hatches. A finely spotted Westslope Cutthroat thought a parachute adams was a tasty treat on a sunny 4th of July. Josh and Sean from the Silver Bow Fly Shop 'pre' fishing the Spokane River before the guide season. Josh letting a finely spotted Red Band rainbow back in to the Spokane River. Shop employees and guides Mark, Andy, and Britten with a quality Spokane River rainbow trout. This Spokane River brown trout was tricked into thinking the Big Bird Bugger was just another tasty snack. Krissy posing with a nice Clark Fork cuttbow caught during the summer. A confused Clark Fork River cuttbow getting ready to bolt. A stonefly shuck left clinging to a piece of rusting metal on the banks of the Clark Fork in Montana. The rubber legs once again tricking another Clark Fork rainbow into eating. The rewards of a hot summer day wet wading the Clark Fork in Montana. Silver Bow Fly Shop guide Josh Seaton not giving up on the Spokane towards the end of the day. Sean reels up to head back to the boat in search of more cutthroat in Idaho on the NF Cd'A River. Mike Visintainer shoots a stunningly vibrant photo of a Westslope cutthroat trout from the Coeur d'Alene drainage. Our dad Jon Visintainer with a good father's day present between rain showers. Taking a break from dry fly fishing the St. Joe River in Idaho. Fly fishing the lower St. Joe early in April can be great weather and outstanding fly fishing... with no crowds. Bob M lays out a long cast for cutthroat on Teepee Creek. Silver Bow guide Britten Jay overseas his client fish the Spokane River. Don M. enjoying some pre-runoff fishing on the Spokane River. Sean posing with one of numerous rainbows caught in January on the Clark Fork River. Britten railing another Clark Fork Rainbow on the San Juan Worm. Bo and Spencer posing in some goofy fishing hats and a nice cuttbow from the Clark Fork River. Bill getting his day started right with a fine little Spokane River Redband Rainbow. Gloria's first fish on her guided float trip down the Spokane River. Another Clark Fork Rainbow profile caught on the BH Prince Nymph. A lightly colored Clark Fork cuttbow with a very distinct dark eye ready for release. A sweet Montana brown trout caught on the double worm rig. A client taking a break from work in Spokane to join us on a fly fishing trip down the river. Bob McConkey and fly shop owner Sean Visintainer taking in the rewards of a great fall day on the Spokane. The Pro holding an incredible Westslope Cutthroat Trout caught during the summer on Fish Creek in Montana A Big Horn River Montana Brown Trout with a big ol' mouth. Another healthy rainbow from the Peaceful Valley stretch of the Spokane River. Our camera guy, Mike Visintainer, releasing a solid Spokane River trout.

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