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  1. Loved in Silverdale 3 years now and every year we have seen salmon on clear creek where it passes ridgetop. From ridgetop walk along the trail (the levin way side)towards dyes inlets and after about 50 yards there is an area where you can walk very close to the stream. This area has a gravel bottom like mentioned. The fish tend to hang out under the overhanging trees. When you get close to the stream be ready because they dash away when they see you.

  2. ps-Helped free a huge coho from a beaver dam in Clear creek, behind All Star lanes, where the foot bridge crosses the creek. Happened about a month ago.

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