Let’s Go Fishing!
When it comes to salmon fishing in the Pacific Northwest, it’s the Columbia River that produces the most for sports anglers. And, of the three major runs of salmon returning to the Columbia, it’s the fall run that can number a million strong and draw anglers from around the globe to share in the bounty. At the Columbia River mouth, often referred to as “Buoy 10”, you can catch a limit of hard-fighting salmon fresh from the Pacific Ocean. The season runs from August and September.