NW Columbia Fishing Adventures

Northwest Fishing Guide and Columbia River fishing guide service offers unforgettable Washington fishing trips and Oregon fishing trips for salmon, Winter Steelhead, Summer Steelhead, Chinook Salmon, Coho Salmon, Kokanee Salmon, Sockeye Salmon, trophy sturgeon, keeper sturgeon, walleye, shad, and bass. Visit our Fishing Reports page for current updates. Also, you can see our great reviews and latest news on Facebook at: NW Columbia Fishing Adventures.

Fishing on the Columbia River is without a doubt the best salmon, steelhead, and sturgeon fishing in the lower 48. Year after year it receives massive runs of Spring Chinook, Summer Chinook, Summer Steelhead, sockeye, Fall Chinook, and Coho Salmon, not to mention bass, walleye, and shad. Tributaries of the mighty Columbia River also receive fantastic runs of fish year after year! Just to name a few, the Lewis River, Cowlitz River, Sandy River, Willamette River, and many more provide great opportunities to catch good numbers of salmon and steelhead, all while being surrounded by the great Northwest’s scenery!

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Columbia River Fishing Guide

Your Columbia River fishing guide Casey Kelly has been fishing Washington and Oregon rivers heavily for nearly 20 years. He loves to show and teach people how to catch the awesome fish we have in our northwest rivers on a daily basis. You would be hard pressed to find another fishing guide out there that is more persistent and passionate about catching fish, and showcasing the great scenery and fishing the northwest has to offer.

Columbia River fishing guide, Washington fishing guide, and Oregon fishing guide specializes in one to six person fishing trips on  northwest’s  premier rivers. From Astoria, Oregon to Hood River, Oregon, we catch  Spring / Summer/ Fall Salmon, Sturgeon, Winter Steelhead, Summer Steelhead, Sockeye, Kokanee, Walleye, Shad and Bass. Check out our Facebook page for latest news, pics, and reviews.  The best dates go first, book your trip today!

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Reserve your seats today for the best dates available. Fishing trips start at $200 for a full 8-10 hour day of fishing, or $130 for a half-day fishing trip. Our boats are outfitted with top of the line Lamiglas fishing rods, Shimano fishing reels, custom bait, and tackle. All that is required to fish, is a Washington or Oregon fishing license. There’s plenty of room on the boat, so feel free to bring whatever you would like to make your day even more enjoyable. This year is forecasted to be fantastic fish returns on all species, and a record-breaking run of Fall Chinook! Don’t miss out on catching a memory that will last forever.

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Fishing Reports

Columbia River fishing report 9/24/2018

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It was a great season on the Columbia this year but unfortunately it was cut a bit short due to lower than predicted Bonneville Dam counts.  The good news is…

Columbia River fishing report 8/30/2018

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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…

Columbia River fishing report 7/31/2018

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The Summer Steelhead season this year on the Columbia River and its tributaries were much better than expected!  Many times, run predictions are not always accurate from the Washington Department…

Columbia River fishing report 6/28/2018

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Fishing on the Columbia River for Summer Chinook and Summer Steelhead has been good to great depending on the day..  The Summer Chinook season closes on Saturday the 30th, but…