North Coast Steelheading in the early 1900’s

Saw this photo while having breakfast at the Samoa cookhouse a little while back. Early 1900’s photo from California’s North Coast. A mixture of steelhead, half-pounders, and sea-run cutts. Only wished I could have fished for a day back then!

JH

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One Response to North Coast Steelheading in the early 1900’s

  1. Horatio says:

    17 cutties, bakers dozen half pounders and twelve big steelhead. not a bad day for the fellas.

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