River Fishing

(Slideshow is ALL River Fishing)


Drift boat $500 for two ($250 each)  $400 for one person privet boat and $750 for three anglers

We fish two people per boat most days.

Prime Locations and Time:

  • October  & Nov  Drift boat river trips (Salmon)
  • Nov, Dec , Jan,  Drift boat (hatchery Steelhead)
  • Jan, Feb, March  drift boat (wild Steelhead)

What we Fish For:


Kings

king

Washington’s Olympic peninsula offer some of the best king fishing anywhere. The salmon action combined with a peaceful float through the woods  is a tough experience to match. The coastal kings start trickling into the rivers in early September and are there in good numbers most years by the 3rd week of September. The peak of the season is from Oct 1 to Nov 15. By the end of November most of the kings are gone.

The costal kings average 15 to 35 pounds with fish in the upper 40’s possible. Read More…


Cohocohobig

Washington’s Olympic peninsula offers some of the best salmon fishing anywhere. The salmon action combined with a peaceful float through the woods is a tough experience  to match. The silvers (Coho) start trickling in to the coastal rivers in early September and are  there in good numbers by the end of September. The peak time for silvers is October 1 until Dec 1. There are a few places that fish well for silvers till mid-December.

The average size of the silvers are 6 to 15 pounds with fish over 20 pounds possible.  Read More…


Hatchery Steelheadhatchery

Washington’s Olympic peninsula offers some of the best steelhead fishing anywhere. A peaceful float through the woods in the winter is a tough experience to match. The steelhead start to trickle in mid-November and are there are good numbers by the 3rd week in November. Peak season is from November 20th to the  1st of February.

The average hatchery steelhead is  4 to 15 pounds with fish over 20 pounds possible ( these fish are great fighters on light gear!). Read More…


Wild Steelheadwild

Washington’s Olympic peninsula offers some of the best steelhead fishing anywhere. A peaceful float through the woods  in the winter is a tough experience  to match.

The wild steelhead start to trickle in at the end of December and are there in good numbers by January 

Peak season is from  the middle of January until April.

The average wild steelhead is 7 to 15 pounds with fish over 20 pounds possible ( these fish are great fighters on light gear!). Read More…

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