June 27, 2017

Walleye Fishing Guides

Walleye fishing is offered year round, early spring through late summer is prime. Reel Time Walleye Fishing Guides operate boats on the Snake and Columbia Rivers for this fishery. Both of these rivers are chocked full of Walleye ranging in size from 1 to 17 pounds. Walleye spawn in the Spring and Fall and can be found in shallow flats during that time, in summer they can be found in deeper water near points of sharp ledges and bars. These fish have better vision under low light conditions, making early mornings or late evenings best for fishing, or overcast skies or during windy conditions where sunlight through the water column is obscured. We operate our Walleye Fishing Guide service in numerous across the Northwest United States like Lewiston Idaho , Clarkston Washington, Lyons Ferry, Richland WA, Pasco WA, Kennewick, Umatilla, Biggs Junction, Dalles Washington, Cascade Locks, Portland Oregon and Maryhill State Park.

Typical Snake River Walleye

Typical Snake River Walleye

Snake River Walleye

Snake River Walleye