The Hoh River, named after the Hoh Indian tribe, is located on the Olympic Peninsula. It is a glacier fed river that flows west approximately 55 miles. The river features steelhead, Chinook salmon, and coho salmon. The Chinook begin to show up in early May and there is both a summer and winter steelhead run. There is good bank access for anglers with the river being surrounded primarily by public land. For the fly fishing enthusiasts there is a six mile in the upper river that is fly fishing only, catch-and-release only.