Seasons

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What We Fish For

Salmon

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We have two types of Salmon that enter our Waters here in the Northwest, Spring Chinook and the mighty Fall Chinook. Spring Chinook range from 12 to 25 pounds and are know across the country as the best eating salmon on the planet. The Fall Chinook are the largest strain of Chinook we see all year in Oregon and they range from 20-35 lbs though it's not uncommon to get a fish over 40 lbs.
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These fish are all hard fighting aggressive fish and guaranteed not to disappoint. Come hook up with the Chinook of a lifetime!

Steelhead

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In Oregon we get two types of Steelhead runs and the most predominant run is the Winter steelhead that runs from late November through April. These fish are very plentiful and a absolute blast to catch. The average fish is between 8 and 12 lbs but it’s not uncommon to hook in to a trophy steelhead weighing up to 20 plus lbs.
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These fish are very aggressive and put on a show true acrobatics show. Our Summer run Steelhead enter the rivers in May with opportunities lasting into August. These fish also average 8 to 12 lbs but fight like they are 20 pounds. No matter the run you choose these Silver Bullets will not disappoint.

Sturgeon

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The Columbia and Willamette Rivers are known for there world class White Sturgeon fisheries. These fish range from 30 inches to 14 feet long and weighing up to 500 pounds. If you want an action packed day of reeling fish in till your arms hurt this is the right choice for you. This is a amazing fishery for fisherman of all skill levels. Come hook into a true River Monster!

Walleye

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You may be thinking Walleye in Oregon? The answer is yes, not only do we have Walleye to catch but there are a lot of Walleye. In fact they believe the next world record will come from the Columbia River or Multnomah Channel. This is a great action packed fishery and a perfect chance to get kids on the water not to mention they may be the best eating fish around. This is a great fishery to grab the family and enjoy some fish catching in the sun!