Deep in the Olympic Peninsula rain forest, wild steelhead still carve a small niche into the ecosystem. This is the unlikely story of an even rarer species who calls this remote corner of Washington State home: the Steelheading Sasquatch. We trekked though the region for several weeks tracking the creature as it moved from river to river, meticulously documenting his behavior. After gaining his trust we were able to capture first of its kind footage as an unusual friendship developed…

Deep in the Olympic Peninsula rain forest, wild steelhead still carve a small niche into the ecosystem. This is the unlikely story of an even rarer species who calls this remote corner of Washington State home: the Steelheading Sasquatch. We trekked though the region for several weeks tracking the creature as it moved from river to river, meticulously documenting his behavior. After gaining his trust we were able to capture first of its kind footage as an unusual friendship developed…

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Despite low water temperatures and virtually no surface activity, fishing remains very good on the lower McKenzie River in February.

Despite low water temperatures and virtually no surface activity, fishing remains very good on the lower McKenzie River in February.

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