Buoy 10 Fishing Guides
Buoy 10 Fishing
Columbia River Fishing Guides provides Buoy 10 Salmon Fishing Trips in Astoria, Oregon.
Christian Witt is an expert at fishing the Buoy 10 Salmon fishery.
Huge numbers of Chinook (King) and Silver (Coho) Salmon travel up the Columbia River every year from the Pacific Ocean through the mouth of the Columbia and past Astoria on their way upstream, and the one thing they all have in common is they all spend tide changes in the rip of the waters at Buoy Ten.
The Columbia River Fishing Guides can put you smack in the middle of these annual runs during prime time and get limits of Salmon long before lunch (or dinner, depending on when you depart)!
Call Christian today and he will hold a spot for you but hurry because the best guides in this popular Salmon fishery run out of open spaces early in the season.
2014 King Salmon Runs
2014 run forecasts suggest the best year of salmon fishing in our lifetimes at Buoy 10 and the Columbia River. About 1.6 million Chinook Salmon are expected, including tons of upriver brights and many larger age class fish. As if that’s not enough, coho fishing also should be hot with nearly 1 million expected back.
“Buoy 10 is a very popular fishery, drawing tens of thousands of anglers every year,” said Joe Hymer, a fish biologist for the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW). “Fishing tends to start out slow, then accelerates quickly and builds through the rest of August.”
Make your reservations now for some of the best fishing at Buoy 10!