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Keeper Sturgeon fishing Columbia River 2014

Posted by on Dec 9, 2013 in Columbia River, Sturgeon | Comments Off

Starting January 1, 2014 we will have a short season to keep Sturgeon on the Columbia River above Bonneville Dam. When I say short, I mean short. If we are lucky we will have 24 days. 2014 keeper Sturgeon fishing season for the Bonneville pool should be January 1 through January 24th or until the quota is met. Be sure to check daily for any emergency closures. Call Marvin’s Guide Service today to book your trip and don’t worry about the cold! We have a top and a heater to keep you nice and warm while fishing from our new 2014 23’ Alumaweld Intruder. Remember this will be more than likely the only time in 2014 to keep a Sturgeon. We will continue to operate catch and release trips the rest of the year.

Starting January 1, 2014 we will have a short season to keep Sturgeon on the Columbia River above Bonneville Dam. When I say short, I mean...

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Columbia River Sturgeon fishing 2013

Posted by on Dec 9, 2012 in Columbia River, Sturgeon | Comments Off

2013 will be it for Keeping Sturgeon on the lower Columbia River and tributaries. So if you want to keep a Sturgeon and help fill your freezer, you better go in the winter of 2013. When you go with Marvin’s Guide Service you will be fishing from a covered heated boat.

2013 will be it for Keeping Sturgeon on the lower Columbia River and tributaries. So if you want to keep a Sturgeon and help fill your...

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Barbless & Ban Gillnetting Columbia River 2013

Posted by on Dec 8, 2012 in Columbia River, General | Comments Off

December 8th/2012

Holy crap, it was crazy it was wild, there were happy people and very pissed off people, yes I’m talking about yesterday at the Oregon fish and wildlife commission meeting.

Here’s whats going to be new in 2013 on the Columbia River. Commission voted 4-2 to ban gillnetting on the main stem of the Columbia River.

December 8th/2012 Holy crap, it was crazy it was wild, there were happy people and very pissed off people, yes I’m talking about...

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John Day River Steelhead 2011

Posted by on Nov 6, 2011 in General, steelhead | 1 comment

If you’re looking for Steelhead, there’s nothing better than the John Day River in November. Most of these fish are Summer hold-overs seeking cool water before heading off to Idaho. These Steelhead fight hard, run and jump and charge the boat. If you let the the line get slack, they run in the opposite direction and jump and run hard. This is a blast on light tackle.

If you’re looking for Steelhead, there’s nothing better than the John Day River in November. Most of these fish are Summer hold-overs...

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Salmon Fishing Columbia River opens Back up

Posted by on Apr 7, 2011 in Columbia River, Salmon | Comments Off

Columbia River opens back up for Spring Salmon fishing tomorrow April 8th, it will be open lintel April 15th.

With the Columbia River running fast, I would suggest anchoring instead of trolling.

Here is a look at the rules again.

Columbia River opens back up for Spring Salmon fishing tomorrow April 8th, it will be open lintel April 15th. With the Columbia River...

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