This River in Washington Is Preferred By Many For Fly Fishing

This River in Washington Is Preferred By Many For Fly Fishing

A Montana resident by the name of Scott Rollins has discovered that the Yakima River in Washington is one of his new favorite spots for fly fishing. It is located in the Yakima Valley, which is the first American Viticultural Area in the state.”What I’ve found on the Yakima River and the Cle Elum is every bit as good as Montana ever was,” Rollins mentioned. “Central Washington has everything just as good.”He also mentioned that the major attraction that keeps him coming back is fly fishing, and he has the most successful times in areas of the Upper Yakima River and areas around the Ellensburg vicinity.”I love being outside, I love the serenity of the river, I love being in a boat drifting silently with no engine and trying, with my little man-made fly, to meet the trout in its own element, hoping to win the battle of wits,” Rollins stated. “But, you know, that fish usually knows a lot more than I do about his element.”The same love for fly fishing that Rollins speaks of is also being enjoyed by more and more people every year. These new fishers, which include both men and women, are also attracted to the Upper Yakima River for the great fly fishing that it has to offer.

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