Author: Will Rice
If you are planning a do-it-yourself-trip and leaving the borders of the United States, planning and research is essential. The internet can be a great place to begin your research and perhaps one of the timeliest sources of data. Figuring out the right questions about adventure travel is the easy part. Seeking out the right answers from a credible source is the challenge. It’s just like putting together the pieces to an intricate puzzle – but first you have to find the pieces because they didn’t come in the box.
Like it or not, it is that time of the year again. Many Colorado and other western state anglers are hanging up and drying out their waders and winding down their trout season. Thoughts of standing on wet rocks in cold rivers begin drifting towards visions of warm sands, distant lands, umbrellas drinks, and exotic species. If you have been kicking around the idea of taking a trip outside the borders this winter or spring, here are a few tips from the professionals at Fly Water Travel to get your trip planning started.
The Olympic Peninsula
The Olympic Peninsula is the westernmost point of the contiguous United States and is bordered by the Pacific Ocean, the Strait of Juan de Fuca and to the east by Hood Canal. It is also home to big and wild steelhead.