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Portland, Oregon 97266
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Oregon walleye guides for a
World-Class walleye fishing
trip in the scenic Columbia River Gorge or on the
Willamette River near Portland.
We offer fully guided fishing with northwest licensed
guides safe and comfortable boats.
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Oregon Walleye Fishing Guide
We are an experanced
of Oregon and Washington guides with many years of experience fishing the Columbia River
for both trophy walleye and eating size walleye.
We pride ourselves on guiding our clients into some of the most productive walleye fishing in the
northwest. Guided river walleye fishing is our speicalty.
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World Class Trophy Walleye Fishing Trips Columbia
The Columbia River in Oregon and Washington provides some
best walleye fishing
available in the United States. The river walleye here are
plentiful and large, in fact
the next world record walleye is expected to be taken from the Columbia
river walleye will average 2 to 5 pounds, but many will run
into the teens. It's not unusual for a walleye fishing guide
to direct their clients into
trophy walleye weighing as much as 15 pounds.
Washington Columbia River record walleye landed 19 lbs
Columbia River Gorge is a spectacular river canyon cutting the only
sea-level route through the Cascade Mountain Range. It's 80 miles long and
up to 4,000 feet deep with the north canyon walls in Washington State and
the south canyon walls in Oregon State.
The Columbia River drains a 259,000-square-mile basin that includes
territory in seven states (Oregon, Washington,
Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Wyoming, and Utah) and one Canadian province. The
river is arguably the most significant environmental force in the Pacific
Northwest region of the United States. It flows for more than 1,200 miles,
from the base of the Canadian Rockies in southeastern British Columbia to
the Pacific Ocean at Astoria, Oregon, and Ilwaco, Washington. Oregon
is some of the best in the world and Washington walleye
fishing is more of the same.
Columbia River Gorge.
Columbia River Walleye
Bag Limit: You can keep a
total of 10 fish. Five walleye under 18 inches and five walleye over 18
inches, one of which can be over 24 inches.
Oregon fishing regulations
Washington fishing regulations
Dams on the Columbia
slow the current of the
Columbia River extending the time it takes for juvenile salmon to
reach the Pacific Ocean. The slow current provides salmon predators, such as
walleye, a wider window of opportunity and has thus helped the species to
flourish. The pooling of river water also allows it to heat up, which
increases salmon mortality, partly due to the growing populations of salmon
predators, namely walleye, that have adapted over the years to the warmer
waters. The dams, along with the over abundance of forage fish, have created
the perfect habitat for Columbia River walleye and these
species will continue to flourish in its waters. Sometimes referred to as
river walleye, wall hangers, bug eyes, eyes, walli, walley or Columbia
walleye. They are some of the best eating freshwater fish around.
Columbia River Walleye Trips
The Columbia River produces big
walleye . . . very big walleye. There's no secret about that anymore. Sizes
range into the high teens and anglers come to the Magnificent River from all
over North America to tangle with a genuine wallhanger, and just maybe, get
their name in "The Record Book".
Oregon Trophy Walleye
Big walleye spend the warmer
half of the year prowling the flats close to the bottom or lying in ambush
near rocky structure . . . in both cases at 20 to 30 feet for fish over 4
pounds. They use their eyes to locate prey and their speed to overcome it.
Target prey are shad and squawfish smolts, sculpins and the occasional
salmon, steelhead or trout smolts. Walleye are NOT timid feeders. On the
contrary, they are ferocious predators. When they see one of these
fast-moving forage fish within their range, they strike with an
aggressiveness that rivals ANY game fish!
Best Time to Fish Walleye
Summer is a good time to catch
nice size river walleye and the weather is typically warm and dry. If you
are looking for trophy walleye spring has proven to be a
good time in most areas of the Columbia River. Below Bonneville Dam the end
of August through mid October is a good time. Mothers Day has provided good
action at times. January is also a good time to catch walleye and numerous
trophy fish have been landed in January, although the weather can be
challenging at times with cold wind and rain.
Areas we Fish Walleye
caught in the
Columbia River from the Washington Canadian boarder to
Astoria Oregon. The number of fish being caught is limited in some areas,
but our guides only target the most productive areas where the fish are
plentiful and large.
Numerous locations exist where we
guided walleye trips along this stretch of the mighty
Columbia, including, but not limited to; Banks Lake (WA), below Grand Coulee
Dam (WA), Pasco (WA), below Mc Nary Dam, Umatilla, Hermiston, Irrigon,
John Day Dam at Rufus and mouth of Deschutes, below
Bonneville Dam, at The Fishery, near Fairview at Chinook Landing,
Portland airport and also several locations in Portland on
both the Columbia River and Willamette River.
If you have more questions or would
like to reserve your walleye trip now please call Oregon Walleye Fishing
Guide at 503-720-9033 or contact one of our professional walleye
guides listed below:
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