Oregon fishing guides offer trips for Salmon Steelhead & Sturgeon

Oregon fishing guide trips result in catching limits of Chinook Salmon, winter and summer steelhead, trophy and keeper sturgeon when you hook up with Oregon Fishing Guides specializing in trips to Tillamook Bay, Buoy 10, Willamette river, and coastal streams for Oregon fishing at it's best.

OREGON FISHING GUIDES FISHING ADVENTURES

The greatest Salmon, Sturgeon and Steelhead fishing in the world is

found in Northwest Oregon. Surrounding yourself in Oregon's beauty

simply enriches your fishing adventure.

columbia river Fall Chinook Salmon

If your adventure is in search of the awesome Chinook Salmon,

the famed Winter Steelhead or the Columbia River Monster Sturgeon,

Northwest Oregon fishing is the finest! Oregon Fishing Guides will guide

you with his expertise to the 'secret spots'! Each adventure offers an

impressive and unforgettable experience.

 

Willamette river spring Chinook Salmon are fun like Tillamook bay and Columbia river Coho Salmon. Popular buoy 10 Coho and silver Salmon are like Oregon north coast streams where experienced professional guides use quality tackle and bait and offer half and full day trips as well as cleaning and packaging your catch. Lodging information upon request is provided and Oregon fishing guides are equipped for all weather comfort if you like catching winter steelhead, Salmon and summer run steelhead. Sturgeon fishing or spring Chinook and fall Chinook fishing is really popular on the Columbia river and the Willamette river that runs through downtown Portland, Oregon.

Fishing with Oregon Fishing Guides will be an exciting and fun-filled trip that will bring you back to the Northwest time and time again. Oregon Fishing Guides offer customers a variety of options. This enables you to create an exciting adventure you'll always remember!

Salmon Typically, Salmon are born in fresh water, migrate to the ocean, then return to fresh water to reproduce. Folklore has it that the fish return to the exact spot where they were born to spawn, and modern research shows that usually at least 90% of the fish that spawn in a particular stream were born there.

Salmon has long been at the heart of the culture and livelihood of coastal dwellers. Most peoples of the Northern Pacific shore had a ceremony to honor the first return of the year. For many centuries, people caught Salmon as they swam upriver to spawn.

Salmon population levels are of concern in the Atlantic and in some parts of the Pacific but in northern British Columbia and Alaska stocks are still abundant.

Both Atlantic and Pacific Salmon are important to recreational fishing around the world.

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