Fall-run Chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) on the Columbia River are known for their size—they are arguably the largest fish of the three major runs—and their ferocity on the hook. The fishery for fall-run Chinooks on the Columbia River is defined by Buoy 10,
The summer runs of Chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) are something of a Pacific Northwestern icon. Dubbed “June hogs” for their immense size, in the 19th century these fish commonly reached three to four feet in length and attained weights of over 60 pounds.
Some parts of the year are better for fishing in Portland than others. Here's a guide on when to go. Make sure and leave a little time for the coffee shops. Fishing is one of the most relaxing recreation activity
Sure, there are many rivers to consider when choosing where to take your annual fishing trip. However, nothing beats the Columbia River. Here's why. Are you a fisherman? If you so, you know for yourself it is one of the
Whether you're a novice or a very experienced fisherman, a guide will help you capitalize on your salmon fishing trip. Here's how a guide can help you. There's nothing more frustrating than enduring a long trip to the wilderness for salmon
Fishing is a popular sport across America with close to 57 million people having picked up rod and reel in 2016. One of the prized opportunities for anglers is Chinook fishing on the Columbia River. Spring salmon season is the perfect opportunity