Summer Steelhead

Summer Steelhead are great fish to catch if you know "How to catch Summer Steelhead" and if you fish with a Summer Steelhead fishing guide. Summer Steelhead are caught in Oregon, Washington and Idaho on popular Steelhead fishing rivers like the Columbia River and the Snake River. Catch Summer Steelhead just minutes from Portland, Oregon on the Willamette River which passes through downtown Portland, Oregon.

Summer Steelhead fishing guides in Oregon and Washington know that you need to experience the joy of fishing in the Pacific Northwest. Steelhead fishing guides are the local experts on the waters of Oregon and Washington, having grown up fishing here. With daily fishing reports they are on top of their game. Local area Summer Steelhead fishing guides know where the salmon, sturgeon, and steelhead are biting, and can lead you directly to them.

While most of the steelhead returning to Oregon waters are wild, a small number (less than 10%) are hatchery strays. The fishery requires release of wild fish, but harvest of adipose-clipped hatchery fish is allowed. This year is expected to offer fair to good angling opportunity. However, public access is very limited. For further information contact Tim Bailey at the ODFW Pendleton District Office, at (541) 276-2344. Columbia River (John Day Dam to OR/WA Sate Line) Large numbers of steelhead migrate up the Columbia River destined for spawning tributaries throughout the mid and upper Columbia and Snake River basins. Steelhead pass John Day Dam throughout the year, but the primary run is from June through October, with the peak usually in late September.

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Oregon fishing guides is a website listing Oregon Steelhead fishing guides who offer Summer Steelhead trips in Oregon.

Top Gun Fishing Charters i a website for the best Top Fishing Guide Service and fishing charters. Fish with the Top Gun Fishing Guides and you'll have a successful fishing experience.

Idaho Fishing Guides catch Summer run Steelhead on the Snake River and other popular Idaho Steelhead rivers.

Klickitat River is a popular Steelhead river and Summerrun Steelhead are caught there all Summer long.

1-800-Steelhead the place to find anything you want to know about popular Steelhead fishing baits, Steelhead lures and to learn how to catch Steelhead.

Steelhead Fishing Washington If you live in Washington or want to fish any where in Washington, this is the fishing website to visit.

Local area fishing charters and charter boats offer fishing trips year-round from the comfort of covered, heated boats. January and February are great months for winter steelhead. Summer months bring summer steelhead, and upriver brights.

John Krauthoefer, owner of Firefighter's Guide Service, is widely recognized as one of the North Oregon Coast's top fishing guides. With more than 35 years focused experience, Johns knowledge and expertise in some of the region's most celebrated fisheries has no equal. Tillamook Bay fall and spring Chinook, Nehalem Bay fall Chinook, Nestucca River Steelhead, North Fork Nehalem Steelhead (by Custom White Water Raft), Ocean Chinook, Silver Salmon and Halibut, Buoy 10 and Columbia River Salmon are all fisheries John has mastered. These are places were fall Chinook in excess of 60 pounds are caught, trophy Steelhead are found and spring Chinook jump on spinners and herring with reckless abandon. With John you'll be fishing premium gear in the comfort of his custom-built 26' Willie Raptor. Everything is provided except your license, rain gear and lunch. Firefighter's Guide Service is the difference between "Acceptable and Exceptional". Contact John by calling 503-812-1414 or www.oregoncoastfishingguide.com

Columbia River Tributaries Cowlitz, Lewis, and Kalama

Spring, Summer and Fall fishing on the mighty Colombia river tributaries.
The Cowlitz, Lewis and Kalama rivers have some of the best fishing in Washington state. Spring kings on the Lewis river in April and May is the best fishing you could ask for. These Hot kings tip the scales between 10-30lbs. Best table fare there is!
 The Cowlitz river provides the hottest summer steelhead action in the state. Big summer steelhead weight between 7-20+ lbs. and tail walk like tarpon! Fall salmon fishing on the Cowlitz and Lewis rivers for kings and silvers is some of the best in the country. Kings weight in from 12-50 lbs. Silvers come in the rivers by the thousands. Ranging from 6-20 lbs. A great fish to catch and put on the BBQ, smoke or have the neighbors over for dinner!
 A new 2007, 23ft. Alumaweld Super Vee Pro sled has been added to the fleet, they can host up to 5-6 clients per/boat. Very safe, comfortable and roomy boats. We specialize in corporate accounts and large groups! All rods, reels, tackle, and bait are included, but feel free to bring along your favorite rod and tackle, if you would like.  Expect a full day of fishing (about 7-8 hrs).

 Drift fishing, float fishing, side drifting, back trolling plugs or bait, vertical fishing, and back bouncing are the most widely used and effective fishing techniques. We also specialize in fly fishing for Steelhead, Salmon, and Trout.

Westside Guide Service

When your rod gives a jerk, you'll be glad you are in a boat with an expert. Choose an Oregon Steelhead fishing guide and they will give you tips on how to catch Summer Steelhead. One of the places to fish for Summer Steelhead is the Lewis River. Lewis river Steelhead fishing is very close to Portland, Oregon.

PAT Abel Guide Service

Pat Abel Steelhead fishing guide service also fishes for Salmon and Sturgeon.

PORTLAND, OREGON Fishing Guide Pat Abel Fishes Year 'round On The Most Popular Rivers In The Northwest
From 50-pound Tillamook Bay Fall Chinook to 2-pound Columbia River Shad, Pat pursues his prey with enthusiasm and determination. Pat pursues fish in every coastal river on Oregon's North Coast, such as the Kilches, Wilson, Trask and the Nestucca. The Sandy, Clackamas and Willamette Rivers are also home to Pat. You will be fishing out of either a custom 25-foot Motion Marine Jet Sled or a comfortable, and heated, 17-foot Willie Drift Boat, while using nothing but the finest gear and tackle.

Double G Fishing Guide Service

Steelhead and Salmon fishing on the Columbia river.

Double G Fishing Guide Service fishes Oregon Rivers, streams and Oregon coastal rivers and bays for Salmon and Sturgeon.
Oregon Fishing Guide Offering Quality Fishing Trips At Popular Northwest Fishing Locations like the Clackamas River, Columbia River, Nehalem Bay, Tillamook Bay and the Willamette River.

 

Popular angling locations include the John Day Arm, and the forebay and tailraces at John Day and McNary Dams, at the Umatilla River mouth, and at the Irrigon Fish Hatchery. While most fishing is from boats, bank anglers are successful at both dams and locations near the Oregon and Washington border. Bank anglers generally float bait with bobbers and a few plunk Spin-n-Glo, plugs, or spinners. Boat anglers pull plugs or float bait with bobbers. In most locations, the best fishing typically occurs from mid-October to late November, but can also be quite good at times in December and January. At Irrigon Hatchery, early season steelhead fishing typically runs from mid August to mid October. Steelhead fishing near the hatchery is poor when spawning salmon are present from mid October thru November, then restarts in December and continues thru March. For further information contact Pendleton District Office at (541) 276-2344 and ask for Tim Bailey, or the John Day District Office at (541) 575-1167 and ask for Tim Unterwegner or Jeff Neal.

 
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