Oregon fishing guides

Oregon fishing guides catch salmon steelhead sturgeon walleye bass and Shad on popular Oregon Rivers all year long. Book a trip today with a popular Oregon fishing guide on the Columbia River, the rogue river, the Umpqua river, the snake river or any of several various Oregon fishing destinations and have the fishing trip of a lifetime. Learn how to catch fish with and Oregon fishing guide because fishing charters and charter boats in Oregon offer local area information that is up to date and they know how to catch fish in the areas where they live. Popular Oregon Rivers off for salmon fishing that is world famous. Catching steelhead all year long is better and Oregon than anywhere. Shad fishing in June is best below Bonneville dam and on the Willamette River. Catch walleye on the mid Columbia River and the upper Columbia river. World class walleye fishing is available year around in Oregon. Trophy walleye and limits of large walleye are common on the Columbia River on the Oregon side or the Washington side.

Oregon fishing guides follow regulations and fishing regulations and laws change often. COLUMBIA RIVER MAINSTEM, I-5 Bridge to Bonneville Dam

Unless indicated below, catch limits, season dates, and other restrictions listed in the 2008 Oregon Sport Fishing Regulations pamphlet remain in effect.

Oregon fishing guides on the Columbia River Fish For Salmon  Steelhead and Walleye Trophy Sturgeon and Over size (oversize) Sturgeon Shad and Bass

This area is currently closed to angling for salmon, steelhead, and shad.  This area opens for shad angling May 16, 2008, and opens for adipose fin-clipped steelhead and Chinook jacks June 16, 2008.  Sturgeon harvest regulations remain in effect (see Sturgeon below).

Open for retention of adult summer Chinook (fin clipped or not) from June 21 through June 28, 2008 with a daily bag limit of two adult salmon or steelhead.  Open from June 16 through July 31 to retention of fin-clipped and non-fin-clipped jack salmon.

Open for retention of adult fall Chinook (fin clipped or not) from September 1 through September 16, 2008 with a daily bag limit of two adult salmon or steelhead, but only one may be a Chinook.  Retention of jack salmon (fin clipped or not) allowed from August 1 through December 31, 2008.

COLUMBIA RIVER MAINSTEM, Bonneville Dam to the Oregon/Washington Border

Unless indicated below, catch limits, season dates, and other restrictions listed in the 2008 Oregon Sport Fishing Regulations pamphlet remain in effect.

Open to angling for adipose fin-clipped steelhead June 16 December 31.  Open for adult Chinook (fin clipped or not) and jack Chinook (fin clipped or not) from June 16 through July 31 (or guideline) and from August 1 through December 31 (or guideline). 

Open from August 1 through December 31, 2008 for retention of Coho salmon.  All Coho retained downstream of the Hood River Bridge must be adipose fin-clipped.  The daily bag limit is two adult salmon or steelhead. 

Check Out All The Columbia River Fishing Regulations and changes and see a more current list.

The SalmonMaster Dennis Stewart is The SalmonMaster, Oregon Salmon & Sturgeon & Steelhead Fishing Guide.

Mah-Hah Outfitters Bass fishing on the John Day River at it's VERY BEST! 100 fish a day and lots of HUGE BASS are very common.

Snake River Guide Service Eastern Oregon Fishing & Hunting Guide Service. Fishing on the Snake river and Columbia with a guide who is an expert in this area.

Dave Austin's Guide Service Come and experience fishing on Southern Oregon's coastal rivers for Steelhead, Salmon, Sturgeon, and Smallmouth Bass. I am a full time fishing guide with over 20 years experience guiding in Southern on the Umpqua, Elk, Sixes and Coquille Rivers. We fish in a heated 17 ft. Koffler drift boat and I also use an 18 ft. Fish Rite Jet Boat when needed.

Sport Fishing Oregon Fish the spectacular country of southern Oregon with Sport Fishing Oregon guide Ron Smith. 
Ron has been successfully guiding salmon and steelhead anglers on southern Oregon's premier rivers since 1982.
Fish for Coho, Chinook and and Steelhead. Fish the Coquille, Elk, Sixes, Rogue and Chetco Rivers.

River's End Guide Service If you would like to try your luck fishing the Umpqua River bar or ocean out of Winchester Bay, your Skipper, Dennis Sherwood has 35 years experience fishing these productive waters. During the summer months fishing can be absolutely great. This year River's End Guide Service's best day provided 8 Chinook landed, and 12 silvers released. All of this occurred in only 4 1/2 hours.

Rivers Bend Outfitters Fantastic Fishing and Hunting Excursions from the End of The Oregon Trail. We offer a unique mix of guided hunting adventures from the rich variety of wildlife found within an hour radius of The Dalles, OR. The Eastern slopes of the beautiful Cascade Mountain range and the rugged canyons of the Deschutes River frame an area within which game and fowl abound. Our private camps are fully outfitted for first-rate accommodations, fabulous meals and relaxing campfires.

Winter Steelhead fishing in Oregon begins in November and continues through late December, with good fishing continuing thru the month of January.

Summer Steelhead on popular Oregon Rivers for Oregon fishing guides who know "how to catch Steelhead" in Oregon is a great fun and offers lots of fantastic fishing action.

Fall Salmon fishing and Fall Chinook Salmon fishing for Oregon charters and charter boats can be found throughout the most popular rivers in Oregon.
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