Waters we fish are up and down western Washington, providing you more fishing opportunity throughout the entire year.
To book a fishing trip for your group, call or send me an email via our contact page.
The waters we fish are very diverse. What this means is there is a big difference between fishing Buoy 10 and the upper Columbia River. There is even a difference between the Skykomish River and the Humptulips Rivers. Each body of water has its own unique scenery, feel and experience.
To learn more, clock on the link for each body of the waters we fish below.
Puget Sound – 26’ Willie Nemesis: 4-6 people
The Puget Sound offers winter Blackmouth and summer salmon, when we fish there, we depart from either Shilshole Bay Marina which is 15 minutes from Seattle or Mukilteo Lighthouse Park which is just over half an hour North. Learn More
Humptulips River – 18’ Willie Drift boat (2-3 people)
The Humptulips River is a great choice for salmon and steelhead trips and is a 2.5 hour drive southwest towards the coast of Washington near Ocean Shores. Learn More
Columbia River – 26’ Willie Nemesis: 4-6 people
The Columbia River is massive and offers a number of fisheries along its miles of water. The prize of the NW, spring Chinook are our most sought after catch and we launch out of Woodland, a 2.5 hour drive South of Seattle in late March/early April to seek out these butterballs.
Another exciting choice on The Columbia River are the summer steelhead and chinook available late spring/early summer departing from Cathlamet, Washington. This fishery is well worth the 3 hour drive south from Seattle.
Come late summer into late fall we chase the salmon upriver from Kalama to Bonneville Dam which is 45 minutes east of Vancouver, Washington. Learn More
Buoy 10 – 26’ Willie Nemesis: 4-6 people
Our most widely known fishery is Buoy 10. With its sunshine, remarkable location and bounty of ocean fresh Salmon, Buoy 10 draws anglers from all over. The fishery itself is a full 4 hour drive from Seattle to the mouth of the Columbia River. We launch on the Washington side from the Deep River Launch. Learn More
Wynoochee River – 18’ Willie Drift boat (2-3 people)
If you’re planning on booking a steelhead trip to the Wynoochee River, you’ll have just under a 2 hour drive from Seattle. Learn More
Cowlitz River – 20’ Willie Jet Sled: 2-4 people
TA Sportsman’s trip can be found on the Cowlitz River, chasing Winter Steelhead just over a 2 hour drive south of Seattle, it’s just southeast of the city of Chehalis. Learn More
Skykomish River – 20’ Willie Jet Sled: 2-4 people
Less than an hour away from Seattle to the North is the Skykomish River fishing for Summer Salmon and Steelhead. Learn More
No matter what time of year, there is fishing to be had on the waters we fish with Get Hooked NW!
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