2021 Outing Info
The outings noted here are a summary only and subject to change.
Each month in the newsletters I will expand with details.
Packwood (Barb Przasnyski property)
For this outing we will be establish a base camp in Packwood. Our gracious host here will be Barbara Przasnyski who is offering the use of her property.
The plan is to meet in Packwood July 12. If you arrive am then time to get in several hours
fishing this same day. You can also arrive later and just relax before fishing the next day.
Directions: 114 Shady Acres Rd, Packwood
From Tacoma area (shortest route): Get to Ashford via Mountain Highway(7) to FR 52 Skate Creek Rd. on your right. This is about 3 miles from entrance to Mt. Rainier. Drive about 23 miles along Skate Creek Rd. to Packwood. Turn right just before the Cowlitz River Bridge onto Shady Acres Rd. Barb’s house is at 114 Shady Acres Rd. on the right.
Alternate route is via Elbe to Morton to Packwood via Highway 12 is longer distance but about same road time.
South Fork of Skokomish River, 08/06, Friday, 10:00 AM
A known river in Mason county by several club members. We will meet roadside at a location approx. 4 miles from the George Adams Fish Hatchery. Directions: Take I-5 South to Hwy 101. Take Hwy 101 towards Shelton. Continue on Hwy 101 to W. Skokomish Valley Road , it will be on your left. The George Adams Fish Hatchery is at this intersection of Hwy 101 and W. Skokomish Valley Road. Turn left and take W. Skokomish Valley Road approx. four miles. We will park on the right side of the road. Directions from South: Take Hwy. 16 to SR 3 . Take SR 3 towards Belfair . Go past Belfair and turn right on SR 106 towards Union. Continue past Union to E. Purdy Cutoff Road and turn left onto E. Purdy Cutoff Road. There will be s big fruit/vegetable store at this intersection. Follow E. Purdy Cutoff Road to the intersection of Hwy 101. Go straight through the intersection and you will be on W. Skokomish Valley Road. The fish
hatchery will be on the right as you cross Hwy. 101. Go approx. four miles and you will arrive.
It is a pink salmon year. I plan to have an outing early August and will share location and details in the August newsletter.
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