Sturgeon fishing in the Columbia River is arguably the best in the world! There are more keeper and oversize sturgeon in the Pacific Northwest than anywhere! Oregon and Washington fishing anglers target oversize sturgeon in June when the Shad are running in the Columbia River. These fish are 6-20 feet long and can weigh up to 1500 pounds!
Sturgeon can live over a hundred years and are believed to have been on our planet as long as 200 million years. Catching these fish by the dozens daily makes this fishery one of the best in the world!
Currently we have only a short season for Columbia River Sturgeon which runs from Jan 1st-31st above Bonneville Dam.
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.