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Humptulips River Fishing Guide, Kalama River Fishing Guide, Lewis River Fishing Guide, Columbia River Fishing Guide,
Nisqually River Fishing Guide, Olympic Peninsula Fishing, Washington State Salmon Fishing, Washington State Steelhead
Fishing, Springer Fishing, Steelhead Pictures, Salmon Pictures, Fall Salmon Fishing, Humptulips River King Salmon, Columbia
River Salmon, Kalama River Spring Chinook, Satsop River Coho Salmon, Wynoochee River Steelhead, Lewis River Springers,
Cowlitz River Steelhead, Wynoochee River Shuttle Service, Satsop River Shuttle Service
|USGS Stream Flows
Bonneville Fish Counts
Bonneville Dam Fish Cam
|Brewster Pool King & Sockeye Fishing 2010
The WDFW Has Closed this popular fishery for 2019 due to expected low
returns. IF enough fish return to reach escapement we may be suprised
with an in season opening. We are keeping our fingers crossed!
Call or Text: 253-389-0359
for Summer Steelhead or Columbia River Buoy 10 Summer Fishing Trips
BELOW From Previous Years' Excitement :)
WAHOO!!! Brewster Pool Sockeye Season has officially been annoucned!! 4 Adult Fish per Person
including up to 2 Hatchery King Salmon or 4 Sockeye Per Person for the Brewster Pool/Lake Pateros
Fish Catching Bonanza!!
Dates will be gone within days for the peak July Sockeye Salmon Run! Book Online or Call/txt:
Thousands of Sockeye and Summer Chinook are passing Bonneville Dam, all the way up to Wells Dam
Our Sockeye Salmon Fishing Guides are experienced, professional, fun and help you catch lots of fish!
All 2017 Columbia River Sockeye Fishing Trips will meet in Brewster, Washington
only 1/2 north of Lake Chelan.
Once you pick your date online you will automatically receive an email confirmation
with meeting location, directions and everything you need to know about your
Sockeye Fishing Trip.
BOOK ONLINE HERE
Call Text or Email Anytime
with questions about the 2017 Columbia River Salmon Seasons.
Read more about Columbia River and Buoy 10
Salmon Seasons and Returns expected for 2017 on our blog, Saving Fish from Drowning.
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