Columbia River fishing report 7/13/2017

By July 14, 2017Fishing Reports

Fishing for Summer Chinook on the Columbia River continues to be very good!  We have been averaging three to five fish per trip with some Summer Steelhead mixed in with the catch as well.  Summer Chinook fishing will probably be winding down as we move further into late July.  Nonetheless, right after Summer Chinook and Steelhead fishing ends we will be switching gears to Fall Chinook at the Mouth of the Columbia River aka “Buoy 10”.  Fortunately,  this year is projected to be another stellar year for Fall Chinook and Coho Salmon on the Columbia and it’s tributaries!  If Buoy 10 is not what you’re wanting to fish, we will be moving back to our home waters in Woodland Washington in September to continue targeting Fall Chinook and Coho. Here we have a two fish limit and can keep hatchery or wild fish!  We are so very excited for this upcoming fall fishery, it will be another one for the record books.