Just one hour out from Seattle and close to Darrington is an excellent place for fishing called Stillaguamish River. The pristine waters of this river trickle down from the Cascade Mountains. Anglers come here in the summer and winter to fish the runs of steelhead and to try to catch the other popular species here, such as sea-run cutthroat, bull trout, Dolly Varden, char, and Pacific salmon. Steelhead are native summer runners and are the most popular. The most commonly caught species here is the sea-run cutthroat trout, but you may also have luck with coho, pink, and chum salmon.
Stillaguamish River Fish:
Stillaguamish River boat ramps:
The following boat ramps provide access to Stillaguamish River.