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2017 King Salmon on the Columbia
Columbia River Fishing Guides and Charters
Catching King Salmon April 2017 NOW!








These fisheries are unsurpassed for limits of
chrome chinook, sockeye and coho salmon.
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Call Text or Email Anytime
with questions about the 2017 Columbia
River Salmon Seasons and Forecasts.  
253-389-0359

Fishing trips at Buoy 10 in August and September
meet at the West Mooring Basin (the docks on the
west side of Astoria) in front of the
Astoria River
Walk Inn.  This is a beautiful setting with the
historic Astoria Megler Bridge in the background.

Read more about Columbia River and Buoy 10
Salmon Seasons and Returns expected for 2015 on
our blog,
Saving Fish from Drowning.

Fishing is my only job, I will be chasing these fish
every day. It is very important to book with a full
time licensed and insured U.S. Coast Guard certified
fishing guide, who stays on top of these fish every
day and knows where they are, what they're biting
on and what they're planning on having for lunch.

We fish on the Columbia River for Columbia River
Spring Chinook, also called Springers or Spring
Chinook,  
Columbia River Fall Chinook, also called
King Salmon or
Columbia River King Salmon,
Columbia River Coho and Columbia River Sturgeon.  
The Spring Chinook Return to the Columbia River
starting in February with increasing numbers during
the months of March, April, May and June.  The
Fall Chinook Run on the Columbia River starts in
August and Runs through October.  Coho or Silver
Salmon return to the Columbia River from August
through early November.

Popular places to fish for Salmon on the Columbia
include Vancouver,
Buoy 10, Astoria, Longview and
the Bonneville Dam.

The Columbia River is a River located in the Pacific
Northwest.  The Columbia River is know as
Wimahl, or Big River to the Native Chinook
People
who live on the Columbia River.  The
Columbia River was named after the Columbia
Rediviva, the first know ship from the western
world to travel up the river.   



253-389-0359

jessica@fishwaterswest.com
Columbia River Directions:

September 2016:
Be Sure to Check to Updates
from Jessica when you get
closer to your trip for exact
meeting time and place:

Currently (April 2017) Meeting at
Langdorf Landing at Caterpillar
Island NW Lower River Road
Vancouver, WA

Astoria Buoy 10 Directions:

From Portland:
Take HWY 26 West Towards
Seaside then take 101 N to
Astoria.  Turn left onto Industry
St once you get into Astoria.  

From Seattle:
Take I-5 South to Longview.  
Take HWY 30 West from
Longview to Astoria.  Once you
get into Astoria turn right onto
Industry St which is on the west
end of town.

Parking:
Parking is provided by the Port
of Astoria.  Be sure to arrive early
to arrange for parking permit.  If
you're staying at the hotel no
permit is needed.
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