Hello Fishermen/women, Outdoor Enthusiasts, and World Travelers

It’s a little wet, and just a little rainy. But for wintertime Steelhead Fishing? We wouldn’t have it any other way.

Welcome to Three Rivers Resort and Guide Service just outside of Forks Washington on the Olympic Peninsula. My name is Curt Ingram. My wife Donna and I, along with brother and sister in-laws Scott and Ruby Swaggerty have owned Three Rivers Resort for over 20 years and have come to know the area extremely well. From the World Class Fishing almost year round. To the Pacific Ocean Beaches, such as Lapush on the Quileute Indian Reservation or the widely photographed Rialto Beach in the Olympic National Park. Or just the Olympic Hiking trails or area in general. If you should have any questions before you venture out our way, or are just curious about this part of the world, feel free to jump on board with what ever you’d like to know. If I can’t help you, I may know someone who can. This should be a lot of fun. I should have pictures as time goes on, and hopefully you will enjoy the content we have to offer. You can also find us at these locations online: http://www.threeriversresortandguideservice.com or on Facebook at:http://www.facebook.com/pages/Three-Rivers-Resort/107669979266586 or http://www.facebook.com/pages/Three-Rivers-Resort-Strictly-Fishing/297060530316412

I look forward to meeting you and connecting with you soon.

Sincerely, Curt Ingram

Three Rivers Resort and Guide Service

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3 thoughts on “Hello Fishermen/women, Outdoor Enthusiasts, and World Travelers

  1. Well? Let’s see,
    Weather’s getting chilly, and our local rivers are dropping fast. The plunkers were on the Bogachiel today and were hitting a few fish. But today’s going to be the day. The Solduc, and Bogachiel Rivers will be in great shape and the Steelhead fishing up to this point in the season has been exceptional. Our head river pro Cody Wilson has not been skunked since well before the Christmas Holidays and has continued trip after trip to find some really nice fish. Just in the last few weeks they’ve started hooking trophies well into the 20lb class and have managed to hit just enough hatchery fish to allow our guests to take home some chrome bright shiny steelies to enjoy on the dinner table. Wild fish are legal to keep at this time however, but most are returned to the river. This is an awesome time of the year to get out enjoy some of the best fishing of the year, and have an experience on one of Washington’s world famous Salmon and Steelhead rivers that will most likely never forget. Speaking of Salmon!! The local Spring Kings are just now pulling into the Duc. Just three Springers have been reported as far as I know, but there’s sure to be many, many more on the way. An absolutely fantastic breed of fish that is one of the most delicious of all. Rated right up there with any Alaskan or Canadian caught Salmon that are world renowned for their flavor. Well our river guides will be back on the rivers today Feb. 26th 2012 to give it another go. I’ll be back a little later on with more action from Forks on the Olympic Peninsula.
    Sincerly,
    C.R.Ingram
    Three Rivers Resort and Guide Service

  2. Summer’s right around the corner so if you’re planning a trip to the Olympic Peninsula, you may want to do your research and book your trip early. Every summer there are times when there reaches a point of “No Vacancy” through out the entire area. It doesn’t happen too often earlier in the summer, but from the 4th of July on you’ll want to be sure and book ahead.
    If you’ve not been here before you’ll love it. Everything is as advertised and you won’t be disappointed. Especially as the weather gets nicer. I’ve always said: You just can’t beat the Sunshine in the Rainforest. So come on our and see for your self. For more info anytime you can call Three Rivers Resort at: 1-360-374-5300 or just check out our website at: http://www.threeriversresortandguideservice.com

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