Grays Harbor's largest drainage, the Chehalis river is one of Washington's staple rivers for salmon and steelhead. Tributary rivers including the Satsop, Wynoochee and Skookumchuck rivers all drain into the Chehalis river where there are always fish to be caught, 365 days a year.
During the fall months, the Chehalis river's tributaries and the main river all produce superb salmon fishing, using a variety of techniques including side drifting, spinner fishing, bobber and eggs and jig fishing. As you can see from the photos below, we have helped many clients catch their limit of Chum salmon and Coho salmon.
All of the Chehalis river system streams are easily bank accessible and jet sled or drift boat friendly.
We fish Chinook, Coho and Chum salmon all during the fall months (September through December) in either my jet sled or drift boat, using pulling plugs, twitching jigs, casting spinners or floating eggs. We fish for Steelhead on the Chehalis from (December through April).
Gaffney's Washington fishing guide service will help you learn how to catch the big ones on the Chehalis River, just like these folks did!
|Full Day Guided Fishing Trip Pricing|
On our full day fishing trips, you will
learn to catch your own fish on the
Chehalis River of Washington State.
|$275 per fisherman per day