River Fishing Guides association is a group
of private citizens and fishing guides living in the Columbia River area in Oregon,
Washington and Idaho. Our purpose and goal is to help fishing guides educate people around the
world about the Columbia River and it's vast beauty and resources.
Salmon fishing on the Columbia
River by Columbia River fishing guides is good because local Sturgeon
keeper Sturgeon oversize Sturgeon and Columbia River fishing guides
catch more Sturgeon. If you know "how to catch Salmon" and "how to catch
Salmon" you will fish the Columbia river with knowledgeable fishing
guides and charter boats. Charters book fishing trips for half day trips
and full day trips on the Columbia River.
The Columbia River
Columbia River Fishing Guides: The Columbia River drains a 259,000-square-mile basin that includes
territory in seven states (Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, Nevada,
Wyoming, and Utah) and one Canadian province. The river is arguably the
most significant environmental force in the Pacific Northwest region of
the United States. It flows for more than 1,200 miles, from the base of
the Canadian Rockies in southeastern British Columbia to the Pacific
Ocean at Astoria, Oregon, and Ilwaco, Washington. Although humans have
lived along the river for more than 10,000 years, modern engineering in
the 19th and 20th centuries has dramatically altered the Columbia.
Astoria fishing is great with fishing guides who fish the lower Columbia
years experience fishing the
world from Alaska to the South Coast of Oregon
Terry Seamster is "the Salmon Master" and
he fishes the Columbia River and all of Oregon's most
popular waters from Buoy 10 & Astoria all the way to
Portland and the Willamette River. Then to the Oregon
coastal rivers in the Tillamook Bay area, the Nehalem
Bay & the Wilson & Trask rivers. Then through Southern
Oregon on the world famous Umpqua River and Winchester
Bay. GOOD SEATS FILL FAST so
call early. 503-484-8900
Columbia River flows through Oregon Washington Idaho and all
the way to Canada and has the largest salmon and steelhead runs
the lower 48 states. People come from all over the nation to
fish in the Columbia River for world record walleye. Every year
bass tournaments are held a popular sections Columbia and
Willamette Rivers. If you want to catch huge fish just minutes
from Portland, Oregon, the Willamette River is also popular.
Laurent Salmon and Steelhead fishing guide.
I fish the Columbia River, Tillamook Bay and
all coastal rivers & bays nearby including
Nehalem, the Wilson & Trask Rivers for
Salmon & Steelhead and the popular Buoy 10
Salmon fishery. I also fish for Spring
Salmon at Wind River and Drano Lake and the
Willamette River. I'll give you tips and
information to help you fish all those areas
because I've been fishing them all my life
and it's my passion. I live to get up every
morning and fish and nothing is more fun to
me than making sure my friends and clients
are "on the fish" and in the right zone
using the very best baits and lures. Please
visit my website and contact me to book a
trip. My promise to you is that you'll be
glad you did -
Daniel St. Laurent -
St. Laurent Guide Service
Mid Columbia River Guide Service featuring
full-time fishing guide Elmer Hill. Specializing in
Trophy species such as Walleye, Spring & Fall King
Salmon, Keeper & Oversize Sturgeon, B run Steelhead
and Shad in areas from Bonneville Dam and
surrounding areas upstream in the Columbia River to
Tri Cities Washington "Hanford Reach" Including
Snake River Fishery. 30 years experience will insure
you have a comfortable and safe trip. CALL TODAY 541-969-2537 OR Visit our website
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Description: The Columbia
originates in two lakes that lie between the Continental Divide and
Selkirk mountain ranges in British Columbia. The river's course is
convoluted. It flows north for its first 200 or more miles, then it
turns south and runs to the international border. Within the United
States, the river courses southwest and skirts one of the Columbia
Plateau's massive lava flows, then it turns to the southeast, cutting a
dramatic gorge in the volcanic shield to its junction with the westward
flowing Snake River.
From its confluence with the Snake,
the Columbia runs nearly due west to the Pacific Ocean.
Fifteen percent of the basin -- 39,000 square miles -- lies
in Canada and the largest of the river's major tributaries
is the Snake River, itself more than 1,100 miles long. The
Columbia River Basin includes a diverse ecology that ranges
from temperate rain forests to semi-arid plateaus, with
precipitation levels from 110 inches to 6 inches per year.
Most important, perhaps, the Columbia is a snow-charged river that
seasonally fluctuates in volume. Its annual average discharge is 160
million acre-feet of water, with the highest volumes between April and
September, the lowest from December to February. From its source at
2,650 feet above sea level, the river drops an average of more than 2
feet per mile, but in some sections it falls nearly 5 feet per mile.
The Columbia has ten major tributaries: the Kootenay, Okanagan,
Wenatchee, Spokane, Yakima, Snake, Deschutes, Willamette, Cowlitz, and
Lewis rivers. Its most important tributary, the Snake, flows across a
semi-arid plain and runs through the deepest gorge in North America,
Hell's Canyon -- 7,900 feet deep. The Deschutes and Willamette rivers
drain basins south of the Columbia, while the Yakima, Lewis, and Cowlitz
rivers drain areas on the north side of the river.
Columbia River Fishing
Guides Are From Oregon and Washington
photo by Dan MacNeil
A nice cruise on the Columbia River!
Boats of all sizes and shapes can be seen all year long going up and
down the beautiful Columbia River.
Oregon Fishing Guides fish popular Oregon rivers
for Salmon Steelhead Sturgeon Walleye and Bass.
Washington Fishing Guides On The Columbia River
Washington fishing guides on the Columbia River fish for small
mouth bass spring Chinook fall Chinook, summer Chinook and other
Scenic Areas on the Columbia River:
Found along the Columbia River Gorge,
it is 620 feet in height. It is the second highest waterfall in the
United States. This waterfall comes from the snow capped Larch
mountain and natural springs. Benson Bridge allows visitors to cross
the falls upper and lower cataracts. This bridge was erected in 1914
by Simon Benson.
Five Most Scenic Sights:
The five most spectacular scenic
sights along the river are; Mt. Adams, Mt. Hood, Indian Heaven,
Trapper Creek or Columbia. These are places where you can view
wildflowers, and beautiful waters.
Fishing the Oregon Coast and surrounding areas
for Salmon Sturgeon and
Come enjoy the
Experience of a Life-Time!
Fishing - Sturgeon
Fishing - Crabbing
Oregon Coast for Chinook Salmon,
Coho Salmon, Sturgeon and
Crabbing. Columbia river Fishing
Guides offer a wide variety
of fishing experiences. Local
area guides do most of their
fishing on the Columbia River,
from Astoria to Bonneville Dam,
for Sturgeon, Coho Salmon and
Chinook Salmon. During the
latter part of September through
mid November they offer full day
fishing trips and half day trips on the coastal
rivers for Fall Chinook Salmon.
Columbia River Fishing is
best with local area fishing guides. Fishing the Yaquina and other
coastal rivers around Newport
Oregon. If you haven't fished
the Oregon Coast - come on out
and enjoy the fishing experience
of a life time. Once you go
fishing with fishing charters on
the Columbia River you'll be