A know how of fishing information for the Columbia River. Where to stay, what to do and when to go fishing on the Columbia River. Plenty of Columbia River photos to help you know what to expect.
Our fishing focus of late has been on the Ocean Salmon staged off the mouth of the Columbia River. Ocean fishing, which opened June 22nd, has been good and will continue to improve as we head toward the Buoy 10 opener on August 1st. That doesn’t mean we have to wait until August to fish […]
The commissions of Oregon and Washington got together today to decide on harvest for the upcoming Spring Chinook run on the Columbia River. A very decent run is projected as I blogged about back in December with 188,000 omega 3 packed, slime rockets destined for various tributaries on the Columbia River. Having fished professionally for many […]
I started getting data on the 2016 Columbia River Spring Chinook return a couple days ago and I know that it is only December, but just the suggestion of Spring Chinook gets the finer parts of my DNA hopping! My friend Al Thomas reported on this first in the Columbian and he’s done a nice job of […]
We see lots of bent rods on the Columbia River throughout the year. This shot took place recently with a crew of clients that fish with me regularly from a Portland based corporation. I’m behind my 5d Mark iii camera sporting a 16-36L series Canon lens. When fishing is good, clients regularly net fish on […]
As a fishing guide on the Columbia River, early mornings are something I look forward to. It all starts with a cup of coffee while I drive to the boat ramp. Sometimes it’s the most relaxation I’ll get in 24 hours. With the peace and quiet, I also get to see some pretty remarkable early morning skies that […]