Blue Heron Lodge & Guide Service

World-class Olympic Peninsula Fishing with Larry ForD

Forks, Washington

360.640.0447

Steelhead and salmon are large in our rivers. I want a rod that is light, powerful and durable enough to handle them.  Day in, day out G Loomis rods are my choice to land our trophy class fish.

When I need oars or rafting supplies, NRS has had the products I need to outfit my boats.

What can I say.  Islander reels will handle any fish that swims with beauty and style.

Redington makes good solid rods that catch fish at an affordable price.

360.640.0447

Come on out for your OP fishing adventure! 

I book up to a year in advance - call to check available dates TODAY!

I've been using SAGE fly rods since the early 90's and continue to love them.  I still use my 9150 SAGE Spey rod for my personal fishing.

I've been using Aerojigs by HAWKEN for years and they've accounted for many steelhead and salmon being caught by my clients.

When rowing whitewater I want an anchor release that I can depend on and LEELOCK Anchor Systems is the safest one on the market.

I'm on the river over 200 days a year on the various Olympic Peninsula rivers.

These are the products I use to catch the big ones:

When rowing whitewater I want an anchor release that I can depend on and LEELOCK Anchor Systems is the safest one on the market.

When fighting big fish in heavy current I want a reel with a strong, durable drag that's going to last fish after fish. SHIMANO reels have done that when others have failed.

When fishing our area nothing is more critical than staying warm and dry.  I've tried other products and in my opinion SIMMS rain gear is the best.

LAMSON makes a really good reel at a great value.