Guided Drift Boat Fishing for Steelhead & Salmon - Fish All Year
Fall Chinook - Winter Steelhead - Spring Chinook
Tillamook Bay - Wilson River - Trask River - Nestucca River - Kilchis River
Fall Chinook Salmon are the biggest salmon we have on the Oregon coast. Hard fighting and extremely powerful, these fish typically average 20 pounds and can reach up to 50 pounds. We target these big fish in Tillamook Bay and it's tributary rivers September through early December.
Winter steelhead are the funnest fish to catch on the Oregon coast. Hard fighting, acrobatic, high flying, chrome missiles are just a few ways to describe these awesome fish. With 4 rivers to target these beautiful fish, you have a pretty good chance at catching a trophy up to 20+ pounds. We start fishing winter steelhead in early January and all the way through early April.
Spring Chinook Salmon are the most sought after salmon for the dinner table. Packed with Omega 3's and high in fat content, spring chinook is one of the tastiest salmon in the world. Fresh out of the Pacific ocean, they are hard fighting and strong fish. Spring chinook will make you earn it! We target these tasty salmon in May and June.
Book your trip of a lifetime today and let's go have some fun!
More Pricing Information
You can also pay a 50% deposit now and a final payment before your trip.
$275.00 Per Person Per Day
Please note that there is a 50% non-refundable deposit included with your booking fee. In case of cancellation, and in accordance with the Host's cancellation policy, the remaining 50% may be returned to you or applied towards rescheduling a future trip.
- Top of the line Fishing Gear / Bait
- Drift Boat
- Fish Cleaning
- Experienced Guide
- Beautiful Scenery
- Oregon Coast
- World Class Fishing
- Oregon Fishing License
- Salmon / Steelhead Tag
- Weather Appropriate Clothing
- Lunch & Drinks
Rules & Guidelines
All fishing gear/bait is provided and all fish will be filleted & bagged at the end of your trip
All you will need is your Oregon fishing license & salmon/steelhead tag, appropriate clothing for the weather, lunch, drinks and a cooler to take your catch home in.
If you are traveling from out of town or plan to fish for a few days, lodging accommodations can be arranged.