Pacific Northwest Winter Fishing Trips
There’s something legendary about the Pacific Northwest winter fishing trips that seems like everywhere you turn there are larger than life landscapes and historic locations. Getting caught up in the majesty of the northwest is easy, but anglers know that the region has world class fishing rivers, lakes and reservoirs. The winter steelhead fishing runs are some of the best in North America and we have the Clearwater and Snake that support big runs. Winter fishing in Idaho is all about steelhead fishing on the World – Famous Clearwater River in Lewiston Idaho.
Great Fishing on the Clearwater River
The weather in the Northwest can put the brakes on planned fishing in many of the regions area but not the Clearwater. The Clearwater rarely becomes unfishable with steady river flows and new fish that arrive each month. Right around the corner is another premier steelhead river, Snake River in the Hells Canyon area. The Clearwater and Snake River is without a doubt 2 of Pacific Northwest’s finest fisheries that are both accessed from the Lewiston/Clarkston area. The Columbia river system might be the world’s best sportfishing destination with winter – time focusing on chasing trophy walleye and sturgeon in the Lake Wallula, Lake Umatilla, Hanford Reach, and John Day Pool area. The Tri-Cities area holds the state walleye record of 20.9 lb. and guides feel the next world record will come from the Columbia in that same area. Potholes Reservoir is our hidden gem that has incredible walleye fishing and the bass, crappie, perch. Bluegill fishing isn’t too shabby either.
We are fortunate to have such wonderful fisheries that provide anglers many choices of species to target. Our fishing guide service is proud to have some of the hardest working guides on the water that are willing to travel to these incredible places to fish our loyal clients
We’ve broken down our fishing by seasons to inform our anglers when the best time to fish is, on their favorite body of water. Fishing changes with each season, and our guide service promises to keep things fresh with those changes.