Tag: Portland Oregon
Marvin’s Guide Service will be offering crab fishing trips in November, December and January.
We will be crab fishing ether Tillamook Bay on the Oregon Coast or on the lower Columbia River off the Oregon and Washington Coasts, depending on weather conditions. If we go to Tillamook Bay, we would meet at the Garibaldi Marina in Garibaldi, Oregon. If we’re on the lower Columbia River, we meet at the Hammond Marina in Hammond, Oregon.
March 19-10 Good Day Oregon said they wanted to fish with me again!! I thought I was lucky to have them fish and do the show on my boat one time, now they wanted to do it again, SWEET!!!!
On the Columbia River, reports of anglers hooking spring Chinook are now coming in almost daily. The bite is expected to pick up in the coming weeks as spring Chinook begin to return to the Columbia in increasing numbers.
A potential record return of 559,900 spring Chinook has allowed state Fish and Wildlife to provide anglers with a wide range of fishing in the Columbia River during March and April.
Well the season is set For the 2010 Spring Salmon season On the Columbia River Like it or not!
Columbia River, Buoy 10 to I-5 Bridge
We will find out next week what days we can fish, I can only hope that fish and game won’t screw us over this year. So if you want your shot at salmon fishing, you better call soon.
With experts saying that the Columbia River is going to have the best run of Spring salmon since 1938, I am looking forward to great salmon fishing in the Portland Oregon area. Let me tell you last year we had plenty of action, and expecting more this year, WOW!!!!
The time has come to talk about a little safety when you anchor your boat on the Columbia River and Willamette River.
With all the rain we have had, the river’s are high and there is a lot of stuff floating in the water.
Here is how Marvin’s Guide Service rigs up for Sturgeon fishing on the Columbia river.
My rods are the ugly stick tiger rods, I use peen 320 gti for the reel with 80# test tuf line.
Here are a few ways to fish for Walleye on the Columbia River in Portland Oregon.
One way is with a bottom walker and a worm harness. Troll down river very slow. Remember the saying, “if you are not hanging up you are not fishing for Walleye.” I like to fish in 8 to 20 feet of water with a rocky bottom.
shad fishing on the Columbia River Starts in mid May. There are lot of places to shad fish on the Columbia River.
Lets talk about a few. You can fish just above the mouth of the Sandy River. The water is fast, but that makes for good fishing. I prefer a depth of 12 to 20 feet of water.