Lewis River Fishing Guides
Lewis River (Columbia river tributary) for Salmon fishing, Steelhead fishing and Bass fishing. Local Washington fishing guides catch more fish on the Lewis River.

Lewis River fishing guides. Local area fishing guides for the Lewis River fish up and down the Columbia River and both Oregon fishing guides and Washington fishing guides fish in the mouth of the Lewis river as well as the North fork of the Lewis River. The Lewis River flows into the Columbia River at the mouth of the Lewis and often Salmon, Steelhead, Sturgeon and bass are caught where the Lewis meets the Columbia River. Jet sled boats can fish further up the river and in the North Fork of the Lewis River and drift boats offer day trips drifting down the best hot spots. Trolling with spinners and bait wrapped kwik-fish are popular methods to catch Salmon and Steelhead here as well as trolling herring in the Spring for upriver brights and trolling brass or silver colored spinners in the Fall for King Salmon and Fall Chinook.

Fishing guides Lewis River

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  • Lewis River fishing reports

  • Tide Tables All Areas

  • Fish Counts For All Columbia River Dams

  • Fish Counts For Willamette River

  • Daily Water Flow In KCFS For Columbia River Dams Oregon Fishing Reports Weekly Oregon Fishing reports posted by the ODFW for all regions

  • Washington Fishing Reports Weekly Washington Fishing reports posted by the WDFW for all regions

  • Idaho Fishing Reports Weekly Idaho Fishing reports posted by the IDFW for all regions

  • Columbia River & Tributary Fishing Reports by David Perez of Hooked On Fishing Guide Service

  • Fishing Reports For Snake River, Clearwater River & nearby areas by Pat Long of Snake River Guide Service

For the Fall Kings, we will be pulling out the salmon mooching rods and our special brine cut plug herring heading to the lower Columbia river to the infamous 'Buoy 10' fishery! A huge predicted run of KINGS will start entering the Columbia river any day. The Columbia opened August 1st to retain Salmon. We have high expectations of going Catching this fall!! We will be fishing the Buoy 10 fishery starting in early August thru the end of the month. The last two weeks of August we will be offering morning and afternoon trips to fit your schedule so if you can't make it in the morning come on down after work and get a quick limit!! With such a massive run of fish and higher, cooler water conditions, I will expect to move upstream to the Longview/Woodland area of the Columbia to continue targeting these huge Salmon most likely earlier than usual.

Lewis River Kings

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Thanks To Big Fish Guide Service for the photo above.

Dielman's Guide Service

Dielman's Guide Service
Dielman's Northwest River Fishing Guides and Sightseeing Adventures. offers Salmon and Sturgeon fishing on the Columbia River all the way to the popular Buoy 10 fishery.

Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife
Info About The Lewis River

Contact: John Weinheimer, District 9 Fish Biologist, 360-696-6211
Fishing rule change -- Lower East Fork Lewis River closes to all fishing March 16

Action: Closes the lower section of the East Fork Lewis River to all fishing. The lower river will re-open for hatchery steelhead only, under selective gear rules, April 16.

Effective dates: March 16 -- all fishing closes on the lower section of the East Fork Lewis River. April 16 -- the lower section of the East Fork Lewis River open for hatchery steelhead fishing only, under selective gear rules, through May 31.

Location: Lower East Fork Lewis River (from the mouth upstream to the top boat ramp at Lewisville Park)

Reason for action: This rule change is an early implementation of regulatory action approved by the Fish and Wildlife Commission for the protection of wild winter steelhead in the East Fork Lewis River. This action is needed to protect wild fish until permanent rules become effective. The modification provides protection for wild steelhead smolts and spawners.

Other information: Wild steelhead release rules and selective gear rules are in effect. Anglers are permitted to harvest hatchery-origin (adipose or ventral-fin clipped and a healed scar in the location of the missing fin) steelhead only. Minimum size 20 inches; daily limit two fish. Selective Gear Rules are defined on page 15 of the WDFW 2002/03 Fishing Rules pamphlet.

Staff will continue to closely monitor wild fish escapements to determine the need for any future season changes. The river from the top boat ramp at Lewisville Park upstream is closed to all fishing March 16 through May 31.

Fishers must have a current Washington fishing license. Check the WDFW 2002/2003 "Fishing in Washington" rules pamphlet or the Fishing section of the WDFW Web page at www.wa.gov/wdfw for details on fishing seasons and regulations. Fishing regulations are subject to change. Check the WDFW Fishing hotline for the latest rule information at 360-902-2500, press 2 for recreational rules. For the Shellfish Rule Change hotline call 1-866-880-5431.

The Lewis River is located in SW Washington. Salmon fishing guides and Steelhead fishing guides from Oregon and Washington fish the Lewis River from the mouth of the Lewis River to the East fork of the Lewis River and the North fork of the Lewis River.
*Thanks to MS Streets & Trips for the above map. We used their original and added a few highlights.

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