Northwest of Seattle near Fall City, the Snoqualmie River is known for fly fishing its wild cuthroat trout fishing in a small stream environment. The Snoqualmie River is formed by the confluence of the North Fork, Middle Fork and South Fork at the town of Snoqualmie. It flows northwest to the Skykomish confluence where the Snohomish River is formed.
When fly fishing on the Snoqualmie River, you can expect to find a healthy Fall steelhead run, along with four types of Pacific salmon.
The predominant feature on the Snoqualmie River is Snoqualmie Falls east of Fall City. Below the falls, there's plenty of action with the steelhead and salmon. There is good access off SR202 at the Plum River Access point and boat launch. Above the falls to the three river confluence, there are some native rainbow trout and westslope cutthroat trout to be found.
Note: When fly fishing in the Washington, a valid Washington State fishing license is required in your possession at all times.
Overall, Snoqualmie River is the 1st most popular fly fishing river of all 12 fly fishing spots in Washington.