Columbia River Fishing trips in Washington
Our Washington Fishing Guides
Washington State is renowned for offering excellent fishing opportunities on the Washington side of the River. Also since the Columbia River flows right through the middle of the state there are significantly more access to the river than on the Oregon side. Our Washington fishing guides service the Columbia from the mouth at Buoy 10 all the way to the Brewster pool and even at the Border of Idaho at the Snake River.
Featured Washington Fishing Guides
Dave’s Guide Service offers guided fish trips year round serving the Forks, Cowlitz, and Columbia rivers. Call Dave today to book your next fishing trip.
Contact: David Mallahan
1171 Big Pine Way
Forks WA 98331, US
Phone: (360) 201-9313
E-Mail: [email protected]
Washington Spring Chinook Fishing Guides
On the Washington side Columbia River Spring Chinook start entering the river in early March and can be caught well into July. Our Columbia River Salmon season starts at the mouth of the Columbia in Astoria and Buoy 10. Once these springers move up river we target them at the mouth of the Lewis River then later we head up river to the Bonneville Dam and Drano Lake. April/May is prime-time fishing, with Spring Chinook flooding into the river and thousands of anglers looking to target these spectacular and sought-after fish. As the action dies off in the lower Columbia it’s all about hitting the mouth of the Snake River and The Yakima. As the spring chinook move up river the season begins to wind down in Wenatchee, and finally Pateros and the Brewster pool.
Washington Steelhead Fishing Guides
One of the most underrated fisheries in Washington is Summer Steelhead fishing on the Columbia River. This fishery provides adrenaline-pumping action and the opportunity to catch one of the most exciting species available in the Columbia River. These fish can be caught starting in May through August from the mouth of the Cowlitz River to Bonneville Dam. This is an ideal time to book your Steelhead fishing trip with one of our guides.
Washington Walleye Fishing Guides
Columbia River Walleye fishing provides an excellent opportunity to catch some of the best-tasting fish in the region. With an abundant populations and virtually no catch limit, Columbia River fishing guides catch Walleye year-round, with the best catch-rates taking place February through September. If you’re looking to charter an Washington guided fishing trip, book with us today for a fun-filled day on the water.
Washington Fall Chinook Fishing Guides
Columbia River Fall Chinook season is the largest runs of the Columbia River Salmon. Chinook start entering the river in early August and can be caught well into October. This fishery provides world-class action and breathtaking scenery. When the Chinook fist head into the river the action begins at the mouth of the Columbia River, where we take part in the Astoria and Buoy 10 fisheries. As the season progresses, the Chinook push up river towards Bonneville Dam where you’ll find us targeting these fish until they mover their way up river to Pasco and Kennewick where the Chinook tend to stack up at the mouth of the Snake River and the Yakima River. When the action dies off we fish the season up to the Brewster pool to cap off the fall Chinook run.
Washington Sturgeon Fishing Guides
At Fishing The Columbia, you’ll join our Washington fishing guides on the river to catch one of the largest fresh-water fish in North America, the White Sturgeon. With a population of over 2 million Sturgeon in the Columbia River, there are opportunities to catch these monsters year-round. Columbia River Sturgeon fishing guides target these fish from the mouth of Columbia River in Astoria to The Dalles Dam. Sturgeon fishing provides non-stop action many times averaging 20-40 fish per day. Call one of our guides today to find out which season is underway for keeper or catch and release Sturgeon, as the season may vary.
If you’re looking for a fishing adventure of a lifetime book your Washington fishing trip now.