Do you dream of catching the big fish? Do you want to have a fun and relaxing fishing trip on a beautiful WA river? Whether you’re experienced, or new to fishing, Big Fish Washington can help you bring those big fish home!
Captain Mike has over 30 years of experience and his dream has always been to show the best sides of this sport to other people. He fulfilled his dream and gets to share fishing adventures with other people every day.
You’ll be fishing on a 16’ Alumaweld drift boat that accommodates up to 3 anglers. As soon as you get on the boat, you’re practically on your fishing spot, so there’s no need for engines and long boat rides. Start fishing immediately, and use your time to the max!
Capt. Mike will show you several fishing techniques, including spinning, drift fishing, and jigging. These are all very effective, and yet easy to learn if you’re new to this sport. You’ll go after Steelhead, and 3 types of Salmon - Chum, Chinook, and Coho. You get to keep the catch and you’ll also get it cleaned! Capt. Mike will fillet your fish, so just bring a small cooler to keep the fish fresh.
Your fishing equipment is fully covered and included in the price. You only need to purchase your fishing license in advance and bring some snacks and drinks.
Join Big Fish Washington on the river, and make your fishing dreams come true!
You Keep Catch
Catch cleaning & filleting
Rods, reels & tackle
About the Captain
About this listing
Alumaweld (Drift boat) originally built in 2008. Powered by a 1HP N/A engine.
Types of Fishing
FAQs about Big Fish Washington
- $200 per group, additional $125 per person after 1 guest - Half Day Steelhead Trip (5 hours)
- $300 per group, additional $150 per person after 1 guest - Full Day Salmon Trip (8 hours)
- $300 per group, additional $150 per person after 1 guest - Full Day Steelhead Trips (8 hours)
- Rods, reels & tackle
- Live Bait
- Catch cleaning & filleting
- River Fishing
- Lake Fishing
- Light Tackle
- Drift Fishing
- Rainbow Trout (Steelhead)
- Salmon (Chinook)
- Salmon (Chum)
- Salmon (Coho)