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Fishing Guide

Astoria Fishing Guide

The gateway to the Pacific and home to some of the best Salmon and Sturgeon fishing in the world. The Astoria Fishing Guide will give you tips on run timing, places to stay, places to eat and things to do while you’re fishing in Astoria.

Klickitat River Fishing Guide

The Klickitat River and mouth which joins the Columbia River is one of the top Fall Chinook, Coho and Summer Steelhead destinations in the northwest. This fishing guide will help out with run timing, lodging, restaraunt suggestions and even things you might be able to do when you’re not fishing.

Deschutes River Fishing Guide

We fish the mouth of the Deschutes where it dumps into the Columbia. Fall Chinook fishing here is excellent and these fish are known to be great biters. You’ll find everything you need to plan your trip to the mouth of the Deschutes in September. Lodging, restaurants and things to do when you’re not fishing.

Hood River Fishing Guide

One of the most beautiful little towns in the Gorge. Home to world-class wind surfing and a plethora of great fishing opportunities. Check out the run timing and best times to fish. Plus, make all your plans for where you’ll stay, where you’ll be eating and if you have any free time, this page will suggest some things that you might do during your stay.

The Dalles Fishing Guide

The Dalles is a great central location for some of the great Columbia River Gorge fisheries. Deschutes River Fall Chinook and steelhead. Klickitat River Fall Chinook, Coho and even summer steelhead. Stay in the Dalles and you’re smack dab in the middle of it all!

Tillamook Fishing Guide

You’ll find out when to fish for which species on which river. Where to stay. What to eat. You’ll find it all right here at the Tillamook Fishing Guide page.

Tillamook Bay Fishing Guide

Tillamook Bay is the highway by with all fish in the area travel. Tillamook Bay boasts some incredible fall Chinook fishing and this page will help out with all your run timing, lodging and eating out questions.

Wilson River Fishing Guide

Fall Chinook and Winter Steelhead are the main draw to the Wilson River. Find out when you need to on the Wilson and figure out your accommodations.

Trask River Fishing Guide

It’s home to some of the best Salmon and Steelhead fishing there is. Not a big river, but the gene pool is something special. Find out when your best chances are to fish and places you might stay while you’re fishing in the area.

Clackamas River Fishing Guide

Located in close proximity to Portland, you’ve got a lot of choices as to where to stay and eat when you’re fishing the Clackamas River. Run timing is also explained on the Clackamas River Fishing Guide page.

Sandy River Fishing Guide

The Sandy boasts some great Spring Chinook and Winter Steelhead fishing. Know when to show up and you’ll be rewarded with some pretty special fishing. Lodging and food options exist from top to bottom on this river

Willamette River Fishing Guide

Yes, it’s the top Spring Chinook Salmon river in Oregon and being that much of the fishing happens right in Portland, you have lots of options for food and lodging. Learn about run timing, techniques and the ins and outs so you can make your Willamette River fishing plans.

Columbia River Fishing Guide

We fish from the mouth of the Columbia River in Astoria to the Deschutes. That’s nearly 200 miles of Columbia River making for lots of run choices and locations. The Columbia River Fishing Guide page will provide you with all the details so that you can decide which fishery will be best for you.

Cowlitz River Fishing Guide

The Cowlitz is the top Salmon and steelhead producing river in Washington. Summer steelhead, Fall Chinook and three months of fishing to  make it all happen. From Castle Rock to Blue Creek this is where you can get the details of your trip figured out and planned for.