The Columbia River is arguably the best sport fishing in the entire world. It is the largest river in the Pacific Northwest region of North America and the fifth largest in the United States. It begins in the mountains of British Columbia Canada and flows north to south and then east to west bordering Washington and Oregon State until it empties into the Pacific Ocean.
The Columbia River has some of the largest fish runs anywhere. There are not many places, if any where you can catch a Summer Chinook, Summer Steelhead, sockeye, and a Sturgeon all in one day! We fish the Columbia River from the Pacific Ocean to Bonneville dam and into the Columbia River Gorge.
Fishing in the Columbia River Gorge is some of the best Sturgeon, Salmon, and Steelhead fishing in the west. The scenery is also an attraction that many people come to see from around the United States. The gateway to the Columbia River gorge is only 35 min from the Portland International airport. If going on a fishing trip of a lifetime in a place as beautiful as the Columbia River Gorge sounds like your cup of tea then book a trip with us today and we will put you right smack in the middle of it.
NW Columbia Fishing Adventures
Northwest fishing guide, Oregon fishing guide and Washington fishing guide, specializes in 1 to 6 man fishing trips on Northwest rivers. From Buoy 10 to Bonneville dam we catch Salmon, Sturgeon, Winter Steelhead, Summer Steelhead, Kokanee, Walleye, Shad and Bass. Book a trip today good dates fill fast.