It's almost that time of year again. While the Northeast digs out from the latest March blizzard, anglers around the country are turning their sights to the one thing known to clear up any case of cabin fever; spring steelhead. In the Northeast, there's perhaps no better place than the Salmon River in upstate New York. Thousands of anglers flock to Pulaski, Altmar and neighboring towns each spring for the shot at landing a Great Lakes rainbow.
Several years ago, the folks at HOOKÉ made a trip to do just that. Here's a short video from their trip - it features awesome spey casting, a great soundtrack and in typical HOOKÉ fashion, loads of fish.