1. Guided Fishing Trips in Oregon
  2. Guided Fishing Trips in Oregon
  3. Guided Fishing Trips in Oregon

Guided Fishing Trips in Oregon

All our fishing trips are operated out of our spacious 24’ Koffler open sled powered by a 225 Yamaha outboard. We provide top-of-the-line Lamiglas and Okuma rods, reels, all fishing tackle, bait and safety equipment for you to land the fish of your dreams. What you need to Bring on your Fishing Trip • Valid Fishing License with Salmon, Steelhead, Sturgeon catch card and Columbia River Endorsement (either the Oregon license or the Washington License will work on the Mainstem Columbia River. If we are fishing for Salmon in the Wind River, you must have a Washington License.) • Rain gear and dress in layers • Sunscreen • Food/Drinks (responsible drinking is allowed) • Sunglasses • Camera • Cooler for your fish Rates: Guided Fishing Trip for Salmon, Steelhead and Sturgeon • $185 per person for a full-day of fishing (6-9 hours) • $100 per person for kids 12 years old and under • Half days are $100 per person • Gift Certificates available Guided Fishing Trip for Kokanee and Shad • $135 per person for a full-day of fishing (6-9 hours) • Half days are $100 per person Full Boat Discount • $900 to reserve the whole boat for the day fishing for Salmon, Steelhead, or Strugeon. Seats six anglers. • $650 to reserve the boat for the day fishing for Kokanee or Shad. • We specialize in large groups, corporate meetings, and team building trips. If you have a larger group, contact us and we will build a custom trip just for you. Active U.S. Military, Veterans and Emergency Responder Discounts • As our way of saying thank you for your service, if you are serving in the U.S. Military or have served, or are one of our trusted emergency responders please let us know. We would be honored to take you fishing for special rate of $130 per person.

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The Columbia River is arguably the best sport fishing in the entire world and is renowned for its huge runs of Chinook (King) Salmon, Coho (Silver) Salmon and Sockeye Salmon. In fact, there are not many places, if any except the Columbia River, where you can catch Upriver Bright Summer Chinook, Summer Steelhead, Sockeye, and a Trophy Sturgeon all in one day! This year will be no exception as the forecast for 2014 Fall Salmon run expects we should see over 3 million Salmon enter the Columbia River and make their way up to its tributaries. We specialize in catching Columbia River Spring Chinook Salmon (a.k.a Springers), Summer Chinook Salmon, Fall Chinook Salmon (a.k.a King Salmon), and Coho Salmon (a.k.a Silver Salmon).Columbia River Spring Chinook Come join Great NW Rivers Guide Service as we chase the world famous Columbia River Spring Chinook Salmon as they make their way from the Pacific Ocean and up through the Columbia River to above the Bonneville Dam in the months of February through mid-June. These are the most prized fish in the Pacific Northwest because they are considered by most, the most challenging fish to catch, and the best tasting fish on the planet because of their high fat content and sweet, firm red meat. Columbia River Springers average 10-25 pounds. Depending on water conditions, we target these fish by trolling herring with Shortbus Flashers or anchor fishing with bait-wrapped Kwikfish cured with a special blend of Pro-Cure scents. So come aboard and let us teach you how to catch the Pacific Northwest’s most coveted Columbia River Spring Chinook. Columbia River Summer Chinook As the weather warms up, we start targeting the Columbia River Summer Chinook. These fish will test your stamina with hard-hitting takedowns and line-peeling action as they are the hardest fighting salmon pound for pound. We target the Summer Chinook Salmon on anchor fishing with bait-wrapped Kwikfish and custom-tuned spinners. The Summer Chinook are bigger than their Springer cousins averaging 15 to 30 pounds and taste just like a Springer. This is an excellent fishery to get the family out to experience one of the Columbia River’s hottest fish. Buoy 10 Salmon Fishing The infamous Buoy 10 fishery is one that draws anglers from around the globe for the millions of Chinook Salmon and Coho Salmon that return in the fall and Great NW Rivers Guide Service has the experience and skills to make it the Salmon fishing experience you’ll never forget. During August, we fish the Columbia River above the Astoria-Megler Bridge for huge, hard-fighting Fall Chinook Salmon, a.k.a King Salmon and acrobatic Coho Salmon, a.k.a Silver Salmon. This is one fishery you do not want to miss because the Columbia River is stuffed with millions of Chinook and Coho this time of year as they stage for their final push up river. Plus, with the gorgeous sunny days, non-stop action of hard-fighting salmon, and catching your limits of fish, makes these fishing trips an epic fishing experience to remember. Fall King Salmon are the largest salmon averaging 20-40 pounds, with a chance to catch ones even bigger. We will help you reel in this fishery by teaching you the techniques that helped us land hundreds of salmon each year. Seats fill up fast for this fishery, so call us today to take your turn fighting a big Upriver-Bright Chinook Salmon in this world-class fishing experience on the Columbia River.

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  • Life jackets/required safety gear
  • Fishing gear
  • Fish Finder
  • Trailerable
  • Outboard Engine
  • Single Engine
  • GPS

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