Washington is home to a very diverse range of cold water fishing opportunities. Four types of Salmon, two runs of steelhead, sturgeon, halibut, lingcod and plenty of water to play in.
I offer guided fishing charters from Seattle to the Puget Sound, to the Cowlitz River and the Columbia River. Each of these locations have their unique run timings and qualities that makes the fishery special.
Have a look around at our available charters and guide trips. If you have no idea, or are overwhelmed by all the options, I’d appreciate if you contacted me. I’d be glad to walk you through the various options and fill you in on what may be the right trip for your situation.
Fishing licenses and tags are required when fishing Washington waters, so be sure to visit Washington’s Department of Fish and Wildlife Website for more information.
Check out the links below for more information on places to fish in the state of Washington.
The Emerald city hosts a ton of fishing options. The various Marine areas around Seattle give fishermen nearly year around access to various types of Salmon and Lingcod. The rivers of the area like the Skykomish, Wynoochee, Satsup and Humptulips also offer seasonal opportunities for Salmon and Steelhead.
One the of largest runs of Summer Steelhead in the state, plus a huge Fall Chinook and Coho run make this one of Washington’s great rivers.
The Lewis River offers several weeks of fabulous Fall Chinook fishing during the year. When this river is on, it is really on!
In addition to boasting a legendary fall salmon fishing season, the Klickitat River is home to other salmon and steelhead opportunities throughout the year. This beautiful river holds some of my favorite Washington fishing.
If you have any questions regarding a trip, please feel free to call 503.680.6809 or email us for more information or to book a trip.