Where: Snoqualmie River, Methow River
When: Last Friday through Thursday
Species Pursued: Steelhead
Song of the trip: “Texarkana,” R.E.M.
It’s the middle of September and I suddenly realize that I have four weeks of vacation left to burn. Understandable, given that fishing this year hasn’t warranted a need to take time off and temporarily live the dream.
Still, there’s something unmistakable about the feel of Fall; a sentiment that permeates everything, chilling your hands in the crisp morning air then later warming your face in the afternoon sun. With every fire-orange leaf that falls during the dwindling warmth, you’re …