There isn't a Washington river that offers more productive and more varied year-round action than the Snohomish and Snoqualmie between July and October. During odd numbered years, pink salmon swarm into the main stem and lower tributaries in August and September. Coho follow in September, October and early November when the burly fall Chum make an appearance. Hatchery winter Steelhead show up later in November and build to a December and early January peak.
The Kalama River has everything a Northwest angler is looking for. There is something to fish for every day of the year. Chinook in April and May followed by summer Steelhead, then Coho and fall Chinook in September and October, and finally winter Steelhead.
The Cowlitz River is another year-round fishery. With the largest summer Steelhead runs in Washington State, these hard fighting fish start appearing in June and peak in August. The return of the fall Chinook starts in September. Following closely behind are the Coho, or silver salmon, which begin entering the river the first week of October and run through November. If spring Chinook is your liking then come join us in March through May for some of the best tasting salmon you will ever find.
- Drift boat trips: $350 for 1 or 2 people
- Jet boat trips: $350 for 1 or 2 people
- 3-4 people $175 each
- All trips will range from 6-8 hrs
- Walk-in guided trips available $100 per person (max 2 people)
- Fishing license
- Rain gear if needed
- Positive attitude
- Top quality G-Loomis fishing rods
- Shimano reels
- All bait and tackle
- Cleaning of fish