Experience the Thrill of Fishing in Beautiful Marhill State Park
Columbia River Marhill State Park Walleye Fishing Tours
The Columbia River near Maryhill State Park is home to some of the best Walleye fishing in the state of Washington. Our Maryhill State Park Fishing Guides target these Walleye below John Day Dam down to the mouth of the Deschutes River. Stating in late February and continuing until July you can find our Maryhill State Park Fishing Guides filling their live wells full of nice Walleye. Trolling worms on the bottom is the key as well as knowing where the hot spots are. For pure numbers of Walleye, this is the place to go. Last Spring our boats were boating numbers exceeding 70 fish per day. Give our Maryhill State Park Fishing Guides a call if you interested in catching great numbers of Walleye!
Columbia River Maryhill State Park Sturgeon Fishing
One of the last areas of the Columbia River to have yearly retention of Sturgeon occurs right out from the Maryhill State Park. Taking place early in the year, January until the quota is met or until it’s set closure in May, our Maryhill State Park Fishing Guides will put you onto Sturgeon ranging in size from a couple of feet to over 10 feet! Our guides have found that Sturgeon on this section of the Columbia fight harder than anywhere else!