Salmon Hunting Skok Style
Every fall fishermen line up in the Skokomish River vying for a salmon. Some days they are shoulder to shoulder, so many of them it is amazing that any salmon make it through them to make it to their spawning grounds.
The south fork of the Skokomish River flows from the southern portion of the Olympic Mountains in Mason County Washington. It empties into the southern point of the Hood Canal on the edge of the Skokomish Indian Reservation not to far from Union Washington. This is the same river that flows under the High Steel Bridge (see my gallery for images of the bridge and the surrounding area). Vance Creek is a tributary.
September 19th, 2012
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