Stilliguamish River

Summary

The Stillaguamish River is a river in northwest Washington in the United States. It is mainly composed of two forks, the longer North Fork Stillaguamish (45 miles ) and the South Fork Stillaguamish. The two forks join near Arlington. From there the Stillaguamish River proper flows for 22 miles to Puget Sound.

Native Species

  • coho-salmon
  • Coastal Cutthroat Trout
  • Chum Salmon
  • Bull Trout
  • Pink Salmon
  • Winter Steelhead
  • Summer Steelhead

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