Columbia River


Dave’s Guide Service a Columbia River fishing guide, provides Columbia River Salmon and Steelhead Fishing Trips out of Washington State.

The Columbia River is known for some of the best fishing in the world. Offering up sport fishing enthusiasts some of the largest runs of salmon and steelhead in the United States.

Spring Salmon enter the Columbia River in March and run through May. We troll herring on the incoming tide and anchor on the outgoing tide, running kwikfish. These two methods are extremely productive for catching chrome bright salmon that are only one to two days out of the ocean. These spring salmon are also known as Springers and Spring chinook are among the very best eating fish in the world.

Dave’s Guide Service fishes the Columbia River and its tributaries all the way from Bonneville Dam to Buoy 10 near Ilwaco Washington where the Columbia flows into the Pacific Ocean.

The Buoy 10 fishery is a well known hot spot for catching Salmon in the region! Fishing for Sockeye, Coho Salmon, Silvers, Chinook Salmon and Fall Chinook and the hard fighting Steelhead during peak times of the year can really produce some great action, so book your trip early for the best times. Call Dave Mallahan of Dave’s Guide Service now at (360) 201-9313.