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Top Fishing Charters in Oregon

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Shirley Catch Guide Service Portland OR
Shirley Catch Guide Service Portland OR

Portland • 24 ft • 6 persons

Shirley Catch Guide Service is located in Portland. Their mission is to provide a memorable day out on the water for you.
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trips fromUS $450
Brandon Gray's Guided Fishing
Brandon Gray's Guided Fishing

Eagle Creek • 18 ft • 3 persons

Brandon Gray's Guided Fishing is located in the portland and tillamook area and offers to show you a memorable time in these waters.

"My son and I had an Excellent Fishing Experience in Tillamook, Oregon with Captain Brandon." —⁠ Rudy,
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trips fromUS $300
Sandy River Guide Service
Sandy River Guide Service

Troutdale • 17 ft • 3 persons

Captin Join Sandy River Guide Service for an unforgettable fishing trip.

"Sunny and warm. Clear, low water. Even in tough fishing conditions we still hooked into a nice one!" —⁠ Michael,
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trips fromUS $280
Gordon’s Generational Guide Service
Gordon’s Generational Guide Service

Grants Pass • 17 ft • 4 persons

Spend the day with Gordon’s Generational Guide Service and find out what the fishing in Grants Pass is all about!

"2nd time out with Tyler and Gordon’s Generational Guide service." —⁠ Matt, Oregon
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trips fromUS $350
Premier Guide Service
Premier Guide Service

Rufus • 26 ft • 6 persons

If you're ready to love fishing in Rufus, we've got you covered with Premier Guide Service.

"From the first confirmation, to pictures and information before our trip, and wildly fun, successful fishing through to a friendly farewell, Jeff F, our captain and guide, did not disappoint." —⁠ Amy, United States
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trips fromUS $470
Shirley Catch Guide Service Astoria OR
Shirley Catch Guide Service Astoria OR

Warrenton • 23 ft • 6 persons

Shirley Catch Guide Service runs angling trips out of Warrenton and offers to show you what the local fishery is all about.
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trips fromUS $500
All Depth Charters
All Depth Charters

Newport • 21 ft • 5 persons

All Depth Charters is run by a captain as passionate about catching fish as he is about preserving them.

"Captain Greg Niles got us on the fish and we caught our limit of rock fish and ling cod." —⁠ Brandon,
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trips fromUS $400
Premier Guide Service - Boardman
Premier Guide Service - Boardman

Boardman • 26 ft • 6 persons

Experience an exciting fishing adventure on the streams of the Columbia River.
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trips fromUS $470
Woodys Northwest Fishing & Fun – Portland
Woodys Northwest Fishing & Fun – Portland

Portland • 21 ft • 4 persons

Enjoy fishing close to downtown Portland for the tastiest Chinook Salmon.

"I’ve been on a lot of trips with a lot of guides and I got to tell you this one is by far the best." —⁠ Mark,
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trips fromUS $550
Astoria Salmon Fishing
Astoria Salmon Fishing

Astoria • 27 ft • 6 persons

Offering incredible trips suitable for anglers of all skill levels.
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trips fromUS $500
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Frequently Asked Questions about Fishing Charters in Oregon

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Fishing in Oregon

With lakes, rivers, and an extensive coastline to explore, casting a line in the “Beaver State” is all about variety! Hop aboard one of the many Oregon fishing charters on offer and you’ll have the chance to experience it all for yourself. 
 
The species you’ll target depend on where you fish, but no matter where you go, you’ll find world-famous fish. The Oregon Coast boasts Chinook and Coho Salmon, Lingcod, Rockfish, Halibut, Crabs, Clams, and even Sturgeon in the bays during cooler months. In the summer, you can go deep sea fishing for Tuna offshore. Trolling is the most popular technique, and captains run trips that last anywhere from a half day to a full day Tuna-chasing affair. 
 
Freshwater fishing here is seriously exciting, too. Oregon boasts the Columbia River, as well as the Willamette, Clackamas, Nestucca, and Umpqua Rivers. In summer, the Columbia is bustling with Sturgeon and Chinook Salmon. Spring sees smaller rivers fill up with Salmon and Steelhead. The Deschutes River is a Trout hotspot. Tenmile Lake boasts Rainbow Trout, Catfish, and Panfish. Light tackle is a favored technique, and trips run from half days to full days. 
 
With such a variety of fishing grounds on offer, there are plenty of departure points to choose from. Tillamook, Coos Bay, and Astoria are hot spots for ocean fishing. Heading to the Columbia River? Charter captains depart from Astoria, Portland, and around the Bonneville Dam. For smaller rivers, you’ll find local guides posted up along the river banks. Basically, wherever you want to fish, you’ll find someone waiting to take you out!
 

Rules & Regulations

All anglers age 12 and older must buy a fishing license to cast a line in Oregon. If you plan on fishing for Salmon, Sturgeon, or Steelhead in the Columbia River or its tributaries, you must also purchase a Columbia River Basin Endorsement.
 

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Oregon Fishing Seasons

January

In the rivers, winter fishing is all about Steelhead and Sturgeon. During January you can have great luck fishing for both species, but just be sure to check out which fish you can keep ahead of time.

February

Most Sturgeon in the Columbia River stick around Portland and Longview early in the year. Meanwhile, small streams are swarming with winter Steelhead. In bayside towns, crabbing and clamming can be excellent.

March

Oregon fishing starts to pick up momentum in March, when spring Chinook make their entrance in the rivers. Jetty fishing produces the likes of Herring, Surfperch, and Lingcod.

April

Come spring, Shad fishing in the Columbia River is extremely popular, with several million fish passing through this waterway! Winter Steelhead and spring Chinook fishing is hot, too.

May

The season for Halibut typically opens in May, making this a great time to dabble in a little bottom fishing! Trophy Sturgeon fishing in the Columbia River also kicks off, while the best of Salmon season is just ahead.

June

It’s "June Hog" season in the Columbia River, when anglers catch some of the biggest Chinook of the year. Summer Steelhead are on the scene, while more and more “Dinosaur” Sturgeon are spotted by the day.

July

Albacore Tuna fishing is usually in full swing by July, drawing many anglers to the waters offshore. This is also one of the best times to experience Oregon's deep sea fishing, when every species is biting.

August

Many anglers head to Astoria to explore Buoy 10's fishery in August. If you’re looking to avoid the crowds, there’s still superb fishing to be had in the lakes, bays, and offshore.

September

It’s hard to pick a bad place for fishing in Oregon at this time of year. The Columbia River offers fall Chinook, Coho, and Steelhead, while the bays promise no shortage of surprises. 

October

By October, many guides have moved to the Bonneville Dam for trophy Sturgeon fishing. Elsewhere, anglers in Portland are enjoying the fall Chinook season. 

November

The season for Halibut may be closed at this time of year, but crabbing and clamming opportunities are heating up just in time to make up for it! River fishing guides are targeting winter Steelhead.

December

Walleye, Steelhead, and Sturgeon are all biting in December. So long as the rain holds off, you can have great success while crabbing in the bays!

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What anglers said about fishing in Oregon

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Top Types of Fishing in Oregon

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Top Fishing Techniques in Oregon

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Top Targeted Species in Oregon

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