There's hardly a better way to appreciate the serenity and natural beauty of Hood Canal than to spend a quiet afternoon fishing. Rich in opportunities for oyster and clam gathering in the spring into summer, and coho and chinook salmon fishing in the fall, it's impossible for an angler to be anything but enchanted by this mecca. The shores of the canal are additionally one of the best places in the world to hunt for geoducks–an international delicacy and a treat to unearth.

As a world class destination for steelhead fishing, Hood Canal offers a chance to hook into one of these elusive and protected creatures and the resources to learn more about Washington's beautiful state fish. There's endless fun up for grabs for outdoorsmen of all kinds and the opportunity for any and all to craft a seafood bounty fit for royalty.

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