About The Olympic Peninsula
Cut off by Washington with water on the 3 sides, the remote Olympic Peninsula thrives with fishing opportunity’s whether it's salmon, trout, or steelhead.
Apart from being surrounded by water the Olympic Mountains, we get the most rainfall out of the state. So we are immersed by some of the most incredible rainforest's and in these rain forests live large amounts of wildlife and wild rivers we’ll be taking our fishing journey.
About Your Trip
My fishing trips are ran on the infamous Olympic Peninsula in my heated 16’ Lavro drift boat or my 14’ NRS raft. We have up to 7 different river systems to choose from so there are a lot of options for success. I will choose where we fish and which vessel we will take on our trip based on weather, river conditions, what species you desire, and time of year. I will contact you 24-48 hours before our trip about the exact location and time we are meeting in the morning. My trips average 8-16 river miles a trip, which amounts to 4-12 hours depending on fish limits and how long you want to be out.
About Your Guide
Hello, my name is Caylen Phegley. I’ve lived on the breath taking Olympic Peninsula for almost 20 years and well the best attributes of that is having World Class Salmon and Steelhead fishing at my finger tips. So since the moment I've been able to hold a rod in my hand I’ve took that to my advantage. Spending every spare hour I had after school or work on the rivers or on the coast fishing or hunting. Learning how to safely row different rivers, different fishing techniques, where fish are in each river and different styles
of fishing whether that’s gear, fly, or center pin fishing. My initial career chose was to get into the power delivery industry as a lineman, but after going to lineman school in Idaho and spending some time in it I realized that this is not a career I enjoy waking up every morning and doing. Ive spent one season in SE Alaska running a charter boat for salmon and bottom fish and two seasons
in Bristol Bay, AK commercial fishing for sockeye salmon. I realized that I should change my career to something related to the “fishing trade” due to
the amount of ambition, drive and determination I have for this career. Now I wake up every morning excited to meet you, show you what the Olympic Peninsula looks like and what kind of fishing the it has to offer!