Salmon Fishing In The Pacific Northwest
Stott’s salmon fishing guides have lived their entire fishing life in the Pacific northwest. So, they’ve chased salmon and steelhead on the most prolific rivers in the United States. These Northwest waters provide anglers some of the best salmon fishing opportunities in the world. The Columbia River is the gateway to many of the rivers tributaries which provide the spawning grounds for our rich salmon returns. The river’s headwaters are in the Canadian Rockies and its Snake River tributary, originates over in Yellowstone Park, Wyoming.
Awesome Salmon Fishing
The mainstem Columbia meanders through the heart of Washington State and then turns west toward the Pacific Ocean. Certainly large in size, it forms the boundary between Washington and Oregon. Through the stature of this incredible fishery, there are series of pools and riffles. The river can change with fluctuating water levels from the dams. The changing river and varying climates provide excellent habitats for the Columbia River’s salmon runs. There are many popular fishing spots on the river and our guide service works the best sections of the Columbia that produce greatest salmon fishing opportunities for our anglers. We also own 2 exclusive Clearwater River permits that provide awesome salmon fishing for our team of 6 fishing guides in the Lewiston Idaho area.