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Snoqualmie River (Upper Forks), Washington Hatch Chart

The upper forks of the Snoqualmie river are intimate, fun little trout streams.  Most folks fish the middle or south forks.  Not a ton of bug life, but tons of eager fish that love dry flies. 

Below the forks, but above the famous Snoqualmie Falls, there is a ton of easy water, eager trout and plenty of access.  

Below the falls, its predominately a steelhead and salmon river, but it does receive a HUGE run of Sea-Run Cutthroat trout in September.  

The pristine surroundings and easy access from Seattle makes this a great place to spend a day fishing. 

Insect Size Begin End
Caddis 12-16 May 15 September 30th
Pale Morning Duns 12-16 June 1 August 15
March Brown 12-16 March 15 May 15
Midges 16-20 November 1

April 30

Stoneflies 6-16 May 15 July 15
Grasshoppers 4-16 July 15th September 15th
Beetles/Ants 12-18 June 15th October 31

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