Lower Quinault River Fishing Guide, Olympic steelhead and salmon fishing
The Quinault river runs from high peaks in the pristine Olympic Mountains to the rugged Pacific Coast shore.
For centuries, strong runs of feisty pacific salmon and steelhead have returned to the nearly 60 mile long Quinault River.
Located approximately 40 miles north of Hoquiam, the river flows through the Quinault Indian reservation. Fisherman can only fish this portion of the river when guided by a Quinault indian guide, making this a truly unique experience.
Your guide, Richard Obi, is a full-blooded Quinault indian whose life-long expert knowledge of the river ensures the best chance for you to catch your trophy salmon or steelhead.
Chinook, Coho, Sockeye, Chum and Steelhead move up the river in their desire to reproduce. Richard intercepts these fish by drifting eggs, casting spoons, bouncing corkies, pulling plugs, or by fly. Trips are limited to no more than three anglers per full day trip. Walk in trips are also available.
Fishing is only part of the adventure as you enjoy beautiful landscapes, and possibly a glimpse of a black bear, elk, or bald eagle.
This is an experience that any fisherman won't soon forget. Book your adventure today!
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