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Steelhead Days 

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Sean Jansen
John Boak releasing a wild steelhead on the Mad River.
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Tim Havens poses with his first steelhead on the Mad River as Jean Christophe Worth catches the picture.
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A traditional steelhead tackle box.
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This story's author and photographer, Sean Jansen, in a self-taken timer shot as he fly fishes on the Mad River in January.
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Jean Christophe Worth (left) and Max Jones quickly measure a wild steelhead before releasing it back into the Mad River on March 3.
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A large and colorful steelhead on the bank of the Mad River.
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Jean Christophe Worth with a hatchery steelehead on the Mad River.
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A fly box on the Mad River.
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The South Fork of the Eel River along Avenue of the Giants.
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A hatchery steelhead caught by Tim Havens on the Mad River earlier this month.
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Anglers prepare to hit the water on the banks of the Mad River at dawn.
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An angler hauls in a steelhead on the Mad River.
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Jean Christophe Worth switches up his gear while fishing on the Mad River.
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Anglers on the Mad River.
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An angler lands a steelhead.
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Jean Christophe Worth fights a hatchery steelhead on the Mad River.
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Ryan Hayes fly fishing on the Mad River.
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The Trinity River.
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This story's author and photographer, Sean Jansen, in a self-taken timer shot as he fly fishes on the Mad River in January.

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