Today we had a great day of salmon fishing on the river.
Today we had 4 clients on my boat. We were salmon fishing on the Columbia River right below the 205 bridge. Boy, am I glad I have a covered and heated boat.
Today I decided to anchor instead of trolling, which was very smart, but it was rainy and cold on the Columbia River.
We were under the top with the heater on. We were there less than 2 minutes when we got our first salmon on. yea we were excited.
It was approximately a 13 lb. keeper salmon. The rain continued and then an hour later we caught Another keeper salmon.
Then Finally the fishing pole hammered down to the water again with the 3rd salmon on.
You won’t believe what happened next. This salmon swam straight upwards river towards the boat and jumped straight up the fish landed on the back platform of the boat, it flopped around and came off the hook.
For sure that will be a fish story I or the customers will never forget.
I look forward to telling this fish story along with many more.
When you salmon, sturgeon or walleye fish with Marvins Guide Service you will be in the comfort of a 29-foot covered and heated boat,
I will keep a watch on the fish counts over Bonneville dam.
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Thanks Marvin for hooking us up!
I highly recommend Marvin’s Guide Service because:
1) has the experience
2) answers a lot of fishing related questions
3) his boat is big enough to accommodate five adults.
4) his boat has a full top which came in handy for half the trip.
Lastly, out of all the boats fishing we were the only ones that hooked three fish.
Hey so glad you guys had fun! hope to see you in June for the Sturgeon
just wate to and see what it is like sturgeon fishing.