Chrome far from home
Some BIG Monday Motivation brought to you by shop all star Kenyon Pitts. Kenyon and Kelby recently took a trek over to the Olympic Peninsula in search of some wild, winter chrome steelhead.
The boys covered some ground in a handful of days and fished the Hoh, Bogachiel, and Queets Rivers. They both landed fresh fish and had some big ones come unbuttoned late in the battle.
While the rivers were in good shape, towards the end of the trip they started to become very clear and conditions a little more difficult.
Gin clear waters and blue bird skies quickly turned to 40 mph winds and driving rain forced them to leave a day early.
The journey was still worth it when you land a fish like the ones in the pics, not to mention the stunning coastal scenery found in the Olympic National Park is unlike anything we have here in the Inland Northwest.
Good job guys!