Northwest Oregon Steelhead Fishing Guides

Northwest Oregon Steelhead Fishing Guides
The northwest portion of Oregon boasts some of the best steelhead fishing in the world thanks to its close proximity to free-flowing rivers that feed into the Pacific Ocean. With the amount of rivers in the area that offer wild steelhead runs, it pays to hire an experienced guide to put fish in the boat.

Fishing Oregon Fishing Guide Service

Located an hour and a half from Portland on Tillimook Bay, Tim Kay of Fishing Oregon Fishing Guide Service knows the local waters well as he has been guiding for steelhead since 1985. With the Trask and Wilson Rivers, venerable steelhead factories, nearby, Tim puts his local knowledge to use by consistently putting his clients in contact with bright chrome steelhead fresh from the ocean. Tim begins guiding for steelhead by late November and the season extends through April. Contact him at 503-842-5171 to book the trip of a lifetime.

Bite Me Guide Service

When a guide fishes over 220 days a year, he tends to find the fish and stay on them. Dennis Hull of Bite Me Guide Service is a well-respected guide in northwest Oregon who offers steelhead trips on the Columbia, Willamette and Siletz Rivers. Fishing from a custom-built, 24-foot Northriver Scout jet boat provides a stable and comfortable environment for up to six anglers. Contact Dennis at 503-551-6369 for a memorable Oregon steelhead experience.

Page's Northwest Guide Service

Larry Page has been chasing steelhead in northwest Oregon for 40 years and continues to put his clients on the fast-paced steelhead action that this area is famous for. With nearby rivers like the Sandy, Clakamas, Willamette, Wilson and Nehalem, Larry has plenty of optional spots in which to find hard-fighting steelhead. A covered and heated 25-foot Alumaweld Intruder jet boat allows for total comfort no matter the weather conditions with all the modern gear a steelhead angler would need. Get in touch with Larry at 503-760-3373 to book your trip.

Article Written By Brian M. Kelly

Brian M. Kelly has been freelance writing since 2003. His work has been published in respected outdoor magazines such as Outdoor Life, Great Lakes Angler and Salmon Trout Steelheader. He holds an associate's degree in automated machine design from Macomb College.

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