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With the permits, boats, and local knowledge, we have a Seattle Washington fishing trip for you. In a given year we offer charter fishing for Salmon, Steelhead, Tuna, Halibut, Lingcod, Sturgeon, even Dungeness Crab!

Some of these species occur in our rivers, others in saltwater, some can be caught in both locations. Our expert guides and fishing charter captains are knowledgeable in the best fisheries Washington State has to offer.

Washington State Fishing Charter Seasons…

Seattle Salmon fishing charters: Year-round, rivers and saltwater

Steelhead fishing charter: Summer and Winter, rivers only

Tuna fishing charters: August – October, saltwater only (offshore ocean)

Halibut fishing charters: Spring, saltwater only

Lingcod charters: Spring, saltwater only

Sturgeon charters: year-round, rivers/bays only

Dungeness Crabbing: Summer, saltwater only

If you are prone to sea-sickness you may try our salmon and steelhead fishing charters on one of many pristine local rivers. The Puget Sound in the Seattle area is saltwater but is protected from the open ocean so you can expect calm water. This is also a good bet for anyone who doesn’t want to become sea-sick. We offer Salmon, Halibut, and Lingcod in the Puget Sound. Not worried about sea-sickness and are after a more adventurous trip, you will like our Albacore Tuna fishing charters out of Westport, WA. We also fish for Salmon and other bottom fish on the Westport fishing charters.

Give us a call or send an email so we can help you plan your next Washington Fishing Charter!

Current Fishing Opportunities:

Spring: Chinook Salmon - Columbia River

March 15th - April TBD
Departs: Vancouver/Portland
Guides: Mark & Mike | Boats: 21' Jet Boats

Every spring, thousands of "the best eating salmon on the planet" flood the mighty Columbia river. These spring Chinook, or "Springers", average 12-18lbs and are one of the most prized catches in the PNW. They're also the first salmon run of the year and fresh out of the tidal waters they will also give you a serious run for your money!

Columbia River Spring Chinook

Departs from the Vancouver/Portland metro area...$180/pp.

SPRING: Chinook Salmon - San Juan Islands (North Puget Sound)

March 1st - April
Departs: Anacortes, WA
Captain: Mark | Boat: 29' Defiance Pilothouse Reel Ultra

This trip offers some of the best spring Chinook fishing in the Puget Sound. Our departure point is a little over an hour easy drive north of Seattle where we access Washington's largest and most spectacular island chain!

San Juans Blackmouth

*Spend the night prior in Friday Harbor or on one of the many destination islands and we'll pick you up the morning of your trip (parties of 6, pick-up locations within reason, please inquire). The salmon limits are 1-2 per angler and fishing pressure is light.  You can also expect calm protected water...$195/pp.

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SPRING: Canadian Halibut - Straits of Georgia

February 1st - April
Departs: Anacortes, WA
Captain: Mark | Boat: 29' Defiance Pilothouse Reel Ultra

This trip puts you on the prime halibut season in the Straits of Georgia in Canadian waters. Departing from Anacortes, WA our express style boats will quickly take you into Canadian waters to target halibut during the prime migratory seasons...before our US fisheries open.

Canadian Halibut

What it takes is an online purchased Canadian fishing license for tidal/saltwater fin fish, and valid US ID or Passport. We'll take care of the rest!...$275/pp.

For all other options and whats coming up next...Click here for a complete fishing schedule...

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