We just finished another great season on the Hanford Reach of the Columbia River. This is the last free flowing section of the Columbia River and is located between the Tri-Cities, WA and Priest Rapids Dam. This section is the salmon factory of the Columbia and is the spawning habitat for the Columbia River’s Most prized fall Chinook. We mostly fish out of the Vernita Bridge access area and our main technique is back trolling divers and cured eggs or bait wrapped plugs such as the Yakima Bait Maglip and the T-55 and T-60 Flat Fish. We fish this section of river from the 15th of September through the 15th of October. This is a great consistent fishery that should be enjoyed by all. Check out a few of our pictures below and see just how we did.