Welcome to the State of Washington
  1. Salmon
    When you think Salmon, you think of the Pacific Northwest. Guides from around the world come to learn how to fish these legendary fish. These fish will range from 5 pounds, to over 70 pounds, so be ready for the fight of a life time!
  2. Halibut
    The Pacific Halibut is the worlds largest flat fish. These fish can get over 500 pounds and over 8 feet long! Larger fish, in the range of 100 to 200 pounds, are caught on a yearly basis. However, if you want the best tasting fish, look for the ones between 20 and 70 pounds.
  3. Steelhead
    Steelhead are Trout that go to the ocean and come back to spawn. Many return back to the ocean to repeat the cycle. They generally come in right before or right after the main push of Salmon. While these fish are generally smaller then Salmon, their fight will leave you speechless!
  4. Lingcod and Rockfish
    Lingcod and Rockfish are by far the easiest fish to catch, and some of the most tasty fish around. Most are white meat, and do not have an overpowering fishy taste.
  5. Sturgeon
    Sturgeon are modern day dinosaurs. One day, I caught one that was 5 inches long, and on the next cast, I hooked one that was 13 feet long! While seasons are now rare for these fish, they do happen. If you want to catch one of these dinosaurs and release it, regardless if the season is open, you came to the right place!
  6. Tuna
    Tuna are often called "the chicken of the sea". These fish are hard hitting ( like your bait being hit by a truck hard hitting). Fishing for tuna is fun, but takes lots of work to do correctly, so listen to the guides.