Just wondered what you guys think, which is easier to catch. Categories are aggresiveness, how easy it is to get them to bite, which are easier to find, and anything else
SantiamDrifter said:Wow well it really depends. It depends on your experience level. If you have it dialed in then it isn't too hard to get fish to bite. But if your a newb, then its very hard. So asking which one bites better all depends on how much experience the person answering has.
Aggresiveness? I'd go summer steelhead, then spring chinook just because of water conditions. Chinook are easier to find, steelhead tend to move around a lot more.
Kais said:Just wondered what you guys think, which is easier to catch. Categories are aggresiveness, how easy it is to get them to bite, which are easier to find, and anything else
markasd said:I have had the best of both worlds.. had days when the steelhead wont stop eating and get bored with landing em - had days when they wont eat at all. Have had days when the salmon wont eat a bite - then have had days when we couldn't keep em the hook!?
Aggressive = steelhead I feel are more aggressive.
Easy to get to bite = too many factors here to say one or the other.
Easier to find = depends on the time of year, both.
Anything else = pound for pound I'll fight the steelhead over a salmon any day of the year.