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Columbia river salmon fishing

Posted by on Sep 9, 2015

Are you ready  for some more  salmon fishing ?
Salmon fishing from Astoria to Bonneville Dam. We have been catching lots of king salmon  and lots of coho salmon. Salmon Fishing on the Columbia River will continue through October. We will be fishing between the mouth of Columbia River launching from Hammond Oregon, all the way up to Bonneville Dam depending on where the best action is. In October I will be offering coho salmon fishing along with dropping crab pots out, so along with a nice batch of coho salmon you may have a limit crab. Call me today to get in on all of the action tell me you want salmon and crab or if you just want salmon. Or maybe you just want crab period Marvins guide service we can get you hooked up. And remember when the weather is bad we got you covered with a covered heated boat. 503 – 314 – 5087

Columbia  River Salmon

Columbia River Salmon

Are you ready  for some more  salmon fishing ? Salmon fishing from Astoria to...

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Andy Carson Catches a Salmon

Posted by on Sep 4, 2015

TV reporter Andy Carson from Fox 12 Good Day Oregon came out on my boat last week, and the camera caught him on live TV catching a whopper. Unfortunately, we had to let it go, but it’s still a nice fish!

TV reporter Andy Carson from Fox 12 Good Day Oregon came out on my boat last...

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Columbia River Salmon fishing 2015

Posted by on Jun 3, 2015

Do you remember how good salmon fishing was last August and September?

Columbia  River Salmon

Columbia River Salmon


If not, salmon fishing was off the hook. It was totally awesome. With Forecasters saying this year will be just as good if not better, it has me looking forward to a great season of chasing King and Coho Salmon.
Marvin”s Guide Service will start fishing for fall king salmon in mid-July in the Pacific Ocean out of Astoria, Oregon. Then as the salmon move into the Columbia River, which will open up August 1 for salmon fishing, we will start fishing from Buoy 10 at the mouth of the Columbia River all the way up to the Astoria Megler Bridge. We launch our boat from the Port of Hammond Oregon. I will continue to follow the salmon up the river and, by early part of September, I will be fishing right around the I-205 bridge on the Columbia River up to Bonneville dam.
So, if you’re looking to fill your freezer was some salmon give us a call and I will be happy to hook you up.

Do you remember how good salmon fishing was last August and September? If not,...

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Columbia River Spring Salmon 2015

Posted by on Jan 28, 2015

2015 Columbia River Spring Salmon Fishing Season.

2015 Columbia River Spring Salmon Fishing Season.

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Sturgeon Season 2015

Posted by on Dec 12, 2014

Sturgeon

Sturgeon

We’ll have a short period to catch some keeper Sturgeon beginning on New Year’s Day. I’ll start fishing a couple areas in the Bonneville Pool of the Columbia River around Cascade Locks and Hood River, Oregon.

We’ll have a short period to catch some keeper Sturgeon beginning on New...

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Deep Sea Fishing Astoria Oregon

Posted by on Feb 24, 2014

If you’re looking to fill up the freezer, or if you just want to get spoiled with some hot fishing action, then you need to do some fishing on the Oregon Coast. Venturing out onto the Pacific Ocean brings a peaceful seclusion from hoards of anglers often found on Oregon’s Rivers, and, oftentimes, non-stop fishing action. Oregon’s coastline is home to a variety of fish, but we’re mostly fond of Rockfish and Lingcod. These fish like to cling around deep reefs and rocky outcroppings which provide shelter and an abundance of food. Rockfish and Lingcod are also some of the best tablefare in the Pacific Ocean. Baked, fried, poached, it’s hard to go wrong with these fish. Fishing for Rockfish and Lingcod is a fairly simple affair. If you have done much bass or perch fishing on lakes and ponds, a lot of what we use will look familiar, just on a much larger scale. These fish are aggressive feeders, so bait is generally not necessary. They do live down in some deep water, so heavy jigs are sent down to the ocean floor to entice the toothy Lingcod. Rockfish are attracted to small shrimp flies, which we tie onto the same leader as the Lingcod jig. It is not uncommon to catch two and even three fish at the same time. While out on the ocean, there is a lot of sightseeing to do as well. You can see the coastline of Oregon from the Ocean to get a whole new look at steep cliffs and rock formations. It is uncommon to see whales migrating and dolphins might even swim by for an appearance. We are excited to start offering guided trips for Rockfish, Lingcod and even Halibut this year. Give us a call now to book your trip for some awesome fishing along the Oregon Coast.

If you’re looking to fill up the freezer, or if you just want to get spoiled...

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Oregon Spring Salmon fishing 2014

Posted by on Jan 29, 2014

King Salmon on the Columbia River

King Salmon on the Columbia River

Well it’s time to start getting excited. I know it’s early, but, yes, there have been a couple spring Chinook salmon reported already.

It’s looking like it’s going to be a great year for salmon fishing on the Columbia and Willamette Rivers.

Well it’s time to start getting excited. I know it’s early, but,...

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