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Pacific Coast Steelhead Flies
Steelhead are native to the West Coast of North America. They are
also native to the Kamchatka Peninsula region of Russia. Steelhead
live in the sea and spawn in freshwater rivers. This is referred to as
being anadromous.

Over the years, certain fly patterns have been adopted for the west
coast that differ from those preferred by Great Lakes anglers. The
fish are actually the same species. The flies used for the West will
also work for steelhead in the eastern waters. Thousands of fly
patterns have been developed. All of them will work at one time or
another and in certain rivers. We have limited our selections to the
most popular and most effective flies to help eliminate some of the
confusion.

(See Choosing Steelhead Flies)
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