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As always Casey was great and really made the trip enjoyable, it is
nice to see someone that actually likes their job and brings a great
attitude to work.  His knowledge is really helpful and refreshing.

Again just wanted to say thank you and let you guys know your
doing a great job and would be highly recommended to friends,
family and co-workers.

All my grandson wants to do is go fishing with Papa and Captain
Casey again.  At my age, one of the most important things in my life
is to have these treasured moments with my grandchildren, and this
was one of those moments.

Casey is an outstanding guide- this was the first time out fishing
with a guide for me and he did an excellent job of putting us on the
fish and giving us an excellent day on the river..... i will look
forward to fishing with Casey in the future for steelhead
,
We still have good
availability for August
2014 @ Buoy 10!
Call 253.389.0359

Fishing is my only job, I will be chasing these fish
every day. It is very important to book with a full
time licensed and insured U.S. Coast Guard certified
fishing guide, who stays on top of these fish every
day and knows where they are, what they're biting
on and what they're planning on having for lunch.












We fish on the Columbia River for Columbia River
Spring Chinook, also called Springers or Spring
Chinook,  Columbia River Fall Chinook, also called
King Salmon or Columbia River King Salmon,
Columbia River Coho and Columbia River Sturgeon.  
The Spring Chinook Return to the Columbia River
starting in February with increasing numbers during
the months of March, April, May and June.  The
Fall Chinook Run on the Columbia River starts in
August and Runs through October.  Coho or Silver
Salmon return to the Columbia River from August
through early November.

Popular places to fish for Salmon on the Columbia
include Vancouver, Buoy 10, Astoria, Longview and
the Bonneville Dam.

Sturgeon fishing on the Columbia River takes place
year round.  However, the most popular time to
fish for sturgeon is during the summer months when
the water is warm and the fish are feeding.






There is a size limit on the sturgeon.  To the right
you can see an oversized sturgeon which was safely
released and well as a keeper sized sturgeon.

The Columbia River is a River located in the Pacific
Northwest.  The Columbia River is know as Wimahl,
or Big River to the Native Chinook people who live
on the Columbia River.  The Columbia River was
named after the Columbia Rediviva, the first know
ship from the western world to travel up the river.
  

The Columbia River begins in the Canadian Province
of British Columbia and flows down into the United
States through Eastern Washington until it forms a
watery border between Oregon and Washington
State and then reaches the Pacific Ocean.  The
Columbia River flows 1,250 miles from it's
headwaters to the Pacific Ocean.  There are 14
dams on the Columbia River between it's
headwaters and the Pacific Ocean.

253-389-0359

jessica@fishwaterswest.com
Columbia River Directions:

Meeting at the Dock in front of
the Red Lion:
From I-5 south take exit 1c for
Mill Plain Blvd/WA-501 toward
City Center/Port of Vancouver.  
Keep right at the fork, follow
signs for city center and merge
onto WA-501/E 15th st.  Turn left
onto Columiba St, Red Lion will
be on the right.


USGS Columbia River Stream
Flows



Bonneville 2012 Fish Counts
Click Here!


Bonneville - Webcam - Watch the
Fish Come in!
Columbia River Guided Salmon Fishing
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