Join the Buoy 10 fishing guide and catch
Salmon at Buoy 10.
Fishing guides and charters boats Salmon
charters at Buoy 10 always look for the Buoy 10 fishing guide.
Buoy 10 and a good Buoy 10 Fishing Guide will catch Salmon at
popular Buoy 10 Fishing spots. Local RV Parks and campgrounds
make Fishing trips at Buoy 10 more fun and you can stay for 1
night or all year long. fishing for Salmon at Fishing trips Buoy
10 with popular bait it is important to always use fresh bait.
Herring and fresh Herring is always a popular Buoy 10 fishing
bait. If you know how to catch Salmon at Guide Buoy 10 Fishing
you can fish for and catch Salmon at Buoy 10.
Contact A Buoy 10 Fishing
Guide And Learn
How To Catch Your Limit Of Salmon At Buoy 10
Fishing charters at Buoy 10 look for trips and offer fishing
trips and Buoy 10 fishing charters. Charter boats catch Salmon,
Chinook Salmon and Silvers. Charters located in Ilwaco and
Westport, Oregon as well as Astoria and local coastal Pacific
Ocean fishing spots have charter boats at Buoy 10.
Laurent Salmon and Steelhead fishing guide.
I fish the Columbia River, Tillamook Bay and
all coastal rivers & bays nearby including
Nehalem, the Wilson & Trask Rivers for
Salmon & Steelhead and the popular Buoy 10
Salmon fishery. I also fish for Spring
Salmon at Wind River and Drano Lake and the
Willamette River. I'll give you tips and
information to help you fish all those areas
because I've been fishing them all my life
and it's my passion. I live to get up every
morning and fish and nothing is more fun to
me than making sure my friends and clients
are "on the fish" and in the right zone
using the very best baits and lures. Please
visit my website and contact me to book a
trip. My promise to you is that you'll be
glad you did -
Daniel St. Laurent -
St. Laurent Guide Service
Buoy 10 Salmon Fishing for
king salmon, Coho salmon
Buoy 10 is called "The world's most famous
fishing hole. Aug. 1 is typically the day ODFW and
WDFW open this fishery at the mouth of the Columbia,
kings and Coho don't show up in earnest till the
first or second week of August. The Columbia River
estuary is a huge body of water. There are over
80,000 acres to fish. Buoy 10 is the westernmost
fishing boundary of the Columbia River, but also the
first place you can catch Chinook and Coho salmon as
they start their journey to hatcheries and spawning
If you want to know how to catch Salmon at Buoy 10
always fish the incoming tide. Fish close to the
buoy at the start of the flood tide and stay close
to the buoy for the first couple hours of the flood.
Fishing Guide Pat Abel Fishes Year 'round On The
Most Popular Rivers In The Northwest
From 50-pound Tillamook Bay Fall Chinook to 2-pound
Columbia River Shad, Pat pursues his prey with
enthusiasm and determination. Pat pursues fish in
every coastal river on Oregon's North Coast, such as
the Kilches, Wilson, Trask and the Nestucca. The
Sandy, Clackamas and Willamette Rivers are also home
to Pat. You will be fishing out of either a custom
25-foot Motion Marine Jet Sled or a comfortable, and
heated, 17-foot Willie Drift Boat, while using
nothing but the finest gear and tackle.
gets crowded here so pick a good Buoy 10
fishing guide and let him sweat out the
traffic as you relax and catch your limit of
Salmon. During the peak Buoy 10 fishing
season you'll be surrounded by as many as
300 other boats within a ½-mile area.
The first couple of hours of flood tide are the best
time to fish.
The Green Line is directly north of Hammond and
Warrenton and has been an excellent area for both
Chinook and Coho Salmon.
The Church Hole is the area from the Chinook
entrance upriver to the bridge. This area has a long
slot of 50-foot depths, which is very good Chinook
Salmon fishing water. You can fish fish the 30-foot
waters just off Desdemona Sands next to the deeper
water for Coho and Chinook. The Church Hole produces
well on the flood tide.
Big Fish Guide Service offers full day fishing
trips on the Columbia River for Salmon, Steelhead
and Sturgeon, Fall Chinook, Spring Salmon, Kings and
Coho in the Portland area and popular nearby rivers
up to John Day dam. While on a spectacular fishing
experience with Big Fish Guide Service, you will
enjoy the comfort of our 20' Alumaweld Super Vee
boat, powered with a 125 H.P. Mercury outboard which
safely accommodates 2 to 4 passengers. From just
east of Portland, Oregon, on the Columbia River,
upriver to John Day Dam and no matter what you are
after, the search for Chinook salmon or the fight of
monster Sturgeon, whatever your adventure is, it
will sure be an unforgettable experience.
And Your Ad Can Be Here Tomorrow
SPECIALIZING IN SMALL GROUPS OF 1-3 PEOPLE!
NOTICE: I HAVE 2 BOATS. ONE IS A SMALLER BOAT
THAT GETS PLACES NOBODY ELSE CAN. I CAN TAKE 1
OR 2 CLIENTS SO IF YOU WANT TO SPEND QUALITY
TIME FISHING ONE-ON-ONE WITH A GUIDE WHO KNOWS
THESE RIVERS BETTER THEN BOOK TODAY WITH A LOCAL
BUOY 10 FISHING GUIDE SERVICE! If you're not wanting to
book a trip with 6 other people you don't know
or if you've been turned down because your by
yourself or perhaps you just want to fish with a
very valued client, employee or boss and not
have to share the boat with 4 or 5 others you
don't even know then contact LOCAL AREA Buoy 10
charters. Often they can take big
groups too but they also specialize in groups of 1-3
people and will let you have the boat to
yourself if you request it! Many Buoy 10 fishing
guides have been raised
fishing for Salmon and Steelhead in Oregon and
Washington waters and I truly doubt that you
find anyone anywhere who knows these waters
better than they do.
Double G Fishing Guide Service
fishes Oregon Rivers, streams and Oregon
coastal rivers and bays for Salmon and
Oregon Fishing Guide Offering Quality
Fishing Trips At Popular Northwest
Fishing Locations like the Clackamas
River, Columbia River, Nehalem Bay,
Tillamook Bay and the Willamette River.