Guided Salmon Fishing in Oregon and Washington
We salmon fish from Buoy 10 in Astoria, to the Hanford Reach in Washington. Starting August first, you will find us fishing out of Astoria for Fall Chinook and Coho. As the fish move upstream from the ocean, we follow them all the way to the last free flowing stretch of the Columbia River. Fall salmon trips run from August to October.
Spring Chinook Salmon
Summer Kings/Sockeye Salmon
Guided Steelhead Fishing in Oregon
Steelhead fishing can be good all summer, but we target them from October to March. Hells Canyon offers some of the best fishing in the Northwest for winter steelhead and often times the weather is still nice enough to be fishing in flip flops and a t-shirt. Side drifting and pulling plugs are two of the methods that provide the most success on these trips.
Guided Sturgeon Fishing in Oregon
Our sturgeon fishing can be fast and furious with multiple hookups in a day. Sometimes exceeding 9 feet, these fish will give you a run for your money. Keeper sturgeon season typically ends in April or May. However, we fish oversize sturgeon all summer and into the fall.
Guided Walleye Fishing in Oregon
Walleye fishing can be good, year round. From February to April we target the big females as they move into the shallow water in anticipation of the spawn. This can be a tough fishery, but once you catch your first 10 pound walleye, you'll be hooked! **We release all big females over 6 pounds, this ensures the conservation of the fishery. In the summer months, June and July can be red hot for large numbers of eater size fish.