Category Archives: Fishing Reports

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Hanford Reach Salmon fishing remains good

We continue to do well on the Hanford Reach near the tri cites. Most of our effort continues to be spent down stream trolling both brads superbaits and spinners. Our favorite blades have been the VIP Bronco and Chartreuse Green Dot in the 3.5 sizes.

The Reach can be one of the most fickle and frustrating fisheries around, but when a good plan comes together it makes it worth the effort.

We still have some open dates before we switch over to steelhead at home on the Clearwater. October 3rd has 2 seats open, and we have open boats the 7th-15th of October. Give our office a call at 208-669-1569 to book or book online through our website.


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Hanford Reach Fall Chinook

We are just absolutely in love with these awesome fall Chinook from the Hanford Reach! We will be here through the 15th of October! We have open boats!


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Hanford Reach Fall Chinook Report

We had a fantastic day today on the Hanford Reach near the Tri cites, WA. We did well downstream trolling both superbaits and Spinners. I really think the key to success this year is covering a bunch of water looking for aggressive fish.

The basic premise behind our downstream trolling game is to fish our gear in the bottom 5 feet of the water column. The setup that works well for us is to run lead dropper rigs instead of downriggers, we like 12 ounces all the way around the boat, and we typically run our gear with the depth reading and our line counters being the same, or +5. So, if we are fishing 40 feet of water we would run our depth using our line counter reels at 40 or 45 feet.

Hopefully this gives a little bit of help to someone just starting out fishing this way, and if you would like to spend a day on our boats getting some on the water training Kyle has an open boat the 3rd of October and open boats the 7th-15th of October. Give our office a call at 208-669-1569 to book your adventure.


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Astoria Fishing Report 8/22/18

Fishing has continued to be very good down here in the Astoria, Oregon area of the Columbia River near Buoy 10. We have been putting limits of salmon on the boat for our customers daily.


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Astoria Salmon Report!

We had a fast and furious morning of salmon fishing on the Columbia River out of Astoria, Oregon. We still have some openings next week. Give our office a call at 208-669-1569 or Book Online Now.


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Astoria / Buoy 10 Fishing Report

We had a great day down here fishing in Astoria Oregon on the Columbia River. We had a boat limit of Chinook and had a bunch of other chances. We still have a few open seats so give our office a call or Book Online Here!


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Astoria / Buoy 10 Fishing Report!

Dani Jones showing that she too can get into the action on the Columbia River out of Astoria, OR. We absolutely love this time of year and have a few open dates left for this August. We have a full boat open the 8th, and 16th. We also have 2 open seats on the 21st, one seat the 22nd, and 3 seats open the 23rd. Book online by clicking Here!


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Brewster Sockeye Fishing

We had another fantastic morning of Columbia River Sockeye fishing in Brewster, Washington. It was a quick limit for our morning group. We still have some room to fish Saturday morning. Saturday will be our last day for the upper Columbia before we switch gears and head out to the Astoria area for the famous Buoy 10 season, and speaking of Buoy 10 we still have a handful of dates left open. Make sure to give our office a call at 208-669-1569 or Book Online.

If anyone is wondering how we are catching these Sockeye we have a previous Blog article on the topic. Click Here.


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Upper Columbia Summer Chinook Report

We are still finding some awesome fish in the Upper Columbia River in the Brewster, WA areas. This place offers us some fantastic fishing in quite a few different spots. Chinook is scheduled to close tomorrow, but we will see some great Sockeye fishing the rest of the month. We are currently offering a $125/person 4 hour Sockeye charter. These trips have three start times 4:30 am, 10:00 am, and 5:00 pm. We would love to see you guys out with us to catch some of these tasty fish.


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