Columbia River fishing report 8/30/2018

By August 31, 2018Fishing Reports

Fishing for Fall Chinook at Astoria this year ended up being much better than expected.  Many times run projections given by the state are not correct.  This year seems to be that way.  Each day we caught our fish without too much trouble which is the way Buoy 10 should be.  Now we have moved inland to my home area Woodland Washington.  We are already catching limits of nice kings daily with a a few Coho salmon around too!  I still have a few really good dates left due to some cancelations so it’s not too late to get on board!  Contact me asap before these seats fill up because they will.  In October we will have Coho Salmon coming through the Columbia and we will be catching great numbers of those as well.  Late October we will switch gears and move into the tributaries of the Columbia to target coho and chinook with light tackle and different and fun presentations.. Later October and early November are a blast!  I highly suggest one of those trips! Check out our Facebook page and give it a like to see the latest catches.  See you soon!

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