Last week we talked steelhead fishing in southern Oregon with Jeff Gitzen who's a sales associate at Sportsman's Warehouse in Medford. Continuing the discussion "There are so many ways to go at them and it is so tough to figure them out and that is what is fun is trying to figure them out. Interesting that you should say that. So if I have my choice of life fishing, bait fishing, fishing with lures you can't tell me that I am going to be more successful with one or the other meaning that each one can be equally effective depending on the day and the location? Oh yes. I've had days where we had fish so hard all day and they wouldn't touch anything and then I pull a Panther Martin spinner out of my box and my friend and I tagged out in half hour. Then we went back every day for a weekend they wouldn't touch a Panther Martin. We finally realized we had to keep moving on and keep figuring something else up. Finally we switched over to the yarn and yarn was working. It is always changing. There are days where we will watch a fly fisherman, for example, one time I was in the upper Rogue River and we finished everything we had and weren't touching a single fish. Then a fly fisherman came down and caught six or seven steelhead within an hour. Then the next day we went up there and caught a bunch of fish so you never know.