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1. The Northwest's greatest River

  • We Catch: Sturgeon, Salmon, Steelhead, Walleye, Shad
  • Seasons: All Year
  • Location: Emptys into the Pacific Ocean between Washington and Oregon, originates from the Rocky Mountains of British Columbia, Canada for 1,243 miles of river
  • The Columbia River is the 4th largest river in the United States. I concentrate on the first 100 miles, from the mouth to Bonneville Dam. I also fish above the dam, from Bonneville to the John Day Dam.

Columbia River

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2. Number One Steelhead Producer

  • We Catch: Salmon, Steelhead
  • Seasons: APR to JUN, AUG to JAN
  • Location: Joins the Columbia River between Longview and Kelso, originates south of Mt. Rainier for roughly 105 miles of river
  • The Cowlitz River is best known for its Winter Steelhead and Spring Chinook, we fish from Blue Creek all the way to the Columbia.

Cowlitz River

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3. Favorite for Steelhead, Kings & Silvers

  • We Catch: Salmon, Steelhead
  • Seasons: MAR to JUL, SEP to JAN
  • Location: Joins the Columbia River south of Woodland and accross from St. Helens Oregon, originates on the west flank of Mt. Adams for 95 miles of river
  • A tributary of the Columbia River, it forms the boundary between Cowlitz County, to the north, and Clark County, to the south. We fish the Lewis river in its entirety.

Lewis River

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4. Mid-May is Prime Time for Springers

  • We Catch: Salmon, Steelhead
  • Seasons: APR to Mid-JUN, AUG to SEP
  • Location: Joins the Columbia River near Carson, originates south of Mt. Adams and Mt. Saint Helens for 30 miles of river
  • The Wind River is a tributary of the Columbia River, we concentrate on the mouth of the river.

Wind River