Fishing in the Columbia River is the Best Way to Enjoy the Great Outdoors

Washington is full of breathtaking natural beauty, from towering mountains to sparkling blue lakes.  If you want to enjoy this amazing atmosphere to the fullest, go for a fishing trip on the magnificent Columbia River!  There are plenty of guides who will take you on a trip that’s bound to be successful!  Discover some of the best guides for fishing in the Columbia River and plan your trip today!

7 of the Best Guides for Fishing in the Columbia River

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  1. Doc’s Guide Services

Dell Burton, the owner of Doc’s Guide Services, is a Coast Guard licensed guide in nearby Benton City, WA. Doc will lead you on a fun and exciting fishing trip up the Columbia River in search of salmon, steelhead, and sturgeon on his boat, Doctor Death. Dell’s phone number is 509-539-3091.

  1. Columbia River Fishing Guides

Known as the number one fishing guide in the Pacific Northwest, the Columbia River Fishing Guides will make sure you return from your fishing trip with a big load of fresh salmon, sturgeon, and steelhead! These friendly and knowledgeable guides will take you on a trip just about anywhere, from fishing in the Columbia River Gorge to Buoy 10 in Astoria Oregon, one of the most popular fisheries in the world.  

  1. Always Catchin’ Fishing Charters

All year long, Always Catchin’ Fishing Charters offers incredible sturgeon, steelhead, and salmon fishing in the Columbia River and Willamette River. With beautiful views of Washington scenery and expert guides to help you along the way, going on an adventure with this company is bound to be an enjoyable experience for fishermen of all ages and skill levels!

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    JB Guide Services

JB Guide Service fishes the mid-Columbia River at the Hanford reach, Umatilla and McNary Dam, the Tri-cities area, and John Day pool and the Snake River for salmon, steelhead, and sturgeon. Contact JB today to book a guided fishing trip with one of the best fishing guides in Southeast Washington.

  1. Columbia River Fishing Adventures

There’s no better way to enjoy the great outdoors of Washington than in a comfortable boat, floating through the numerous, peaceful rivers of the area. When you take a fishing trip with Columbia River Adventures, you’ll be treated to using quality equipment in some of the most successful fishing areas around. These trips always conclude with a great catch and wonderful memories!

  1. Marvin’s Guide Service

If you’re craving some crab, halibut, walleye, or shad fishing in the Columbia River as well as other great spots in Oregon, book a trip with Marvin’s Guide Service.  You’ll be traveling to areas with the most fish in a covered and heated boat.  Marvin has been fishing ever since he can walk, giving him a lifetime of knowledge to share with his customers.  

  1. Top Guides NW LLC

You’re guaranteed to catch something big when you go on a fishing excursion with Top Guides NW LLC!  Their professional guides are highly experienced and know all the tips and tricks of fishing; they are also well acquainted with all the waters of both Washington and Oregon. Top Guides LLC will provide you with the best kokanee, steelhead, salmon, and sturgeon fishing in the Columbia River as well as the other countless rivers and streams of the area.  

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