Mid Columbia River Guided Fishing Trips
Looking for the ultimate fishing adventure on the Columbia River?
If you’re looking to have a great Chinook and Coho Salmon fishing experience, the Mid-Columbia River is where it’s at! The area extends from Bonneville Dam all the way up through John Day Dam and there are some hot spots along the way.
We are excited to announce that the highly anticipated fishing season at Drano Lake will start from April 20th to May 20th! This year, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife predicts a massive run of 8,000 Spring Kings making their way to Drano Lake.
Drano Lake is known for its unique terminal fishery, which means there are abundant harvestable fish available. Currently, the limit is set at 1 spring King, but with such a promising run, it is highly likely that the limit will be raised to 2. To learn more please visit Drano Lake Fishing Report.
Join us this September for an unforgettable fall Chinook fishing experience on the scenic Columbia River near The Dalles, OR. We’ll be casting our lines at the mouth of the Deschutes River, where an abundance of over 500,000 Chinook and over 500,000 Coho await this year!
The Deschutes River offers a serene haven of cold water for migrating salmon to rest and rejuvenate before their onward journey upstream. Here, you’ll find remarkable chrome-bright fish that not only offer a thrilling catch but also boast exceptional cutting quality. Enjoy the thrill of landing two salmon—one majestic Chinook and one stunning Coho, or opt for two Cohos.
If you’re looking for a place to stay, consider the welcoming accommodations in The Dalles, Rufus, or Bigg Junction. Don’t miss out on this incredible experience—book your adventure from September 1st to October 1st.