Buoy 10 Fishing Guides

This website is sponsored by the Buoy 10 Fishing Guides Association of Oregon

Buoy fishing guides are expert fishing guides at the buoy 10 fishing places near the mouth of the Columbia River. Every year extremely large number of Chinook salmon and Coho salmon travel from the Pacific Ocean to the Bowie 10 fishing area. It is extremely common for everyone to catch limits of salmon if they are with a qualified local area buoy 10 salmon fishing guide or fishing guides who know how to fish at buoy 10. Buoy 10 fishing guides always fish right in the middle of these rods. Qualified fishing charters at buoy 10 know how to fish the area went to fish this area how deep the fish are and what buoy 10 fishing baits and buoy 10 fishing lures are the best wants to use to catch salmon.

Buoy 10 Fishing Guide Trips For Salmon

This website is a good place to get fishing information and fishing reports for the buoy 10 fishery. It's always great fishing at the mouth of the Columbia River and during the summer and fall seasons fishing information tells us that Washington fishing guides and Oregon fishing guides offer fishing reports for Coho salmon, Chinook salmon and fall Chinook salmon.

     Daniel St. Laurent Salmon and Steelhead fishing guide. I fish the Columbia River, Tillamook Bay and all coastal rivers & bays nearby including Nehalem, the Wilson & Trask Rivers for Salmon & Steelhead and the popular Buoy 10 Salmon fishery. I also fish for Spring Salmon at Wind River and Drano Lake and the Willamette River. I'll give you tips and information to help you fish all those areas because I've been fishing them all my life and it's my passion. I live to get up every morning and fish and nothing is more fun to me than making sure my friends and clients are "on the fish" and in the right zone using the very best baits and lures. Please visit my website and contact me to book a trip. My promise to you is that you'll be glad you did  - 
Daniel St. Laurent  - 
St. Laurent Guide Service

Popular fishing charters out of the story Oregon offer Pacific Ocean fishing trips and fishing charter boats that go all the way up and down the Columbia River. These trips can't be for Chinook salmon Coho salmon sturgeon two that and halibut as well as bass and walleye if you go further up the Columbia River. Buoy 10 salmon fishing is for red hot during the mid to late summer months.
Quality fishing charter boats have captains and deckhands are friendly and knowledgeable and to make sure that you have a quality fishing trip for buoy 10 salmon.

Columbia River Salmon

At Buoy 10

Columbia River summer steelhead are popular fish to catch as well as giant sturgeon keeper sturgeon and trophy sturgeon people who fish for salmon at buoy 10 will tell you that more fishing limits are caught in this area than anyplace else on the Columbia River.

It's always good to book early for buoy 10 salmon fishing because this is a very popular fishery at the good slots happen to always fill up fast this fall salmon fishery in the Columbia River estuary around the Astoria Oregon area and out of field one goal and the Pacific Ocean is a huge area and everyone wants to get a lot of fun.

Trolling for Buoy 10 Salmon

Trolling for Chinook and Coho Salmon is the most common and method for catching the salmon. This fishery usually a corps in the midsummer to the fall. Chinook salmon usually come through first later Coho salmon follow.

45 years experience fishing the world from Alaska to the South Coast of Oregon

The Salmon Master Salmon Fishing Guide

     Terry Seamster is "the Salmon Master" and he fishes the Columbia River and all of Oregon's most popular waters from Buoy 10 & Astoria all the way to Portland and the Willamette River. Then to the Oregon coastal rivers in the Tillamook Bay area, the Nehalem Bay & the Wilson & Trask rivers. Then through Southern Oregon on the world famous Umpqua River and Winchester Bay. GOOD SEATS FILL FAST so call early. 503-484-8900

Buoy 10 fishing guides are able to bring you Salmon and Steelhead and Sturgeon limits from this Columbia River fishing hotspot. The action is non-stop for Salmon, Coho, and Silver Salmon and Chinook Salmon throughout the year in the Pacific Northwest but the absolute best fishing is at Buoy10 and during the best times local fishing guides can get limits in just a few hours.

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Buoy 10 fishing guides catch Salmon at the Salmon fishing at Buoy 10 with Columbia river charters in a Buoy 10 fishing derby. Buoy 10 charter boats with Astoria fishing guides and charters and fishing charter boats for buoy10 catch Salmon and Coho then stay at resorts camping and RV parks at Buoy ten. The prime time for Buoy 10 Salmon fishing in Astoria Oregon is in August & September.

Buoy 10 Fishing Guides Organization has links and information about fishing guides and their organization in Oregon.

Buoy 10 Fishing Charters has links to fishing charters and charter boats who offer Buoy 10 fishing trips.

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Columbia River Fishing Guide

Fish with Buoy 10 Salmon fishing guides who are experts at fishing this area.
Astoria, Ilwaco and Westport area fishing guides and Oregon fishing guides who live here during the season are the guides who will catch more fish. Spend your day in a comfortable jet sled boat enjoying the personal attention of a guide who will make sure you catch these Salmon. This is not a corporate charter boat with 20 people who are NOT allowed to hold their own fishing rods and are told "let your line out 16 pulls" and then if your pole does happen to catch a Salmon THEY DON'T EVEN STOP THE BOAT so you don't know if it's the fish you are fighting or the wake behind the charter boat.

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 Buoy 10 Columbia salmon season
highlights a great month of fishing

John Krauthoefer, owner of Firefighter's Guide Service, is widely recognized as one of the North Oregon Coast's top fishing guides. With more than 35 years focused experience, Johns knowledge and expertise in some of the region's most celebrated fisheries has no equal. Tillamook Bay fall and spring Chinook, Nehalem Bay fall Chinook, Nestucca River Steelhead, North Fork Nehalem Steelhead (by Custom White Water Raft), Ocean Chinook, Silver Salmon and Halibut, Buoy 10 and Columbia River Salmon are all fisheries John has mastered. These are places were fall Chinook in excess of 60 pounds are caught, trophy Steelhead are found and spring Chinook jump on spinners and herring with reckless abandon. With John you'll be fishing premium gear in the comfort of his custom-built 26' Willie Raptor. Everything is provided except your license, rain gear and lunch. Firefighter's Guide Service is the difference between "Acceptable and Exceptional". Contact John by calling 503-812-1414 or www.oregoncoastfishingguide.com

Buoy 10 fishing guides and Buoy 10 charter boats offer Salmon and Sturgeon fishing on the Columbia River all the way to the popular Buoy 10 fishery. They offer Salmon and Sturgeon fishing on the Columbia River all the way to the popular Buoy 10 fishery and some of the best Salmon and Sturgeon Fishing at the lowest rates you'll find in this area.
You will fish in comfort and enjoyment from a very large custom made boat that was custom built to handle the big water conditions of the lower Columbia and the Pacific Ocean. It fishes 6 comfortably.
Anglers are reeling in chinook salmon off the coast, pulling up pots full of crab in Puget Sound, and casting for trout in alpine lakes on both sides of the Cascades. Summer fisheries are in full swing, and anglers can look forward to even more great fishing opportunities in the days ahead.
A prime example is the Buoy 10 salmon fishery, which opens Aug. 1 at the mouth of the Columbia River. A big run of 664,900 fall Chinook is expected to return to the big river this year, and fishery managers predict that anglers will catch approximately 12,500 of them between Buoy 10 and Rocky Point, 16 miles upriver.
"Buoy 10 is a very popular fishery, drawing tens of thousands of anglers every year," said Joe Hymer, a fish biologist for the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW). "Fishing tends to start out slow, then accelerates quickly and builds through the rest of August."
Bank anglers planning to fish at Buoy 10 should be aware that access to much of the North Jetty will be closed, due to a major project being conducted by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to reinforce beaches eroded by winter storms. "The North jetty provides the only real bank access to that fishery, so things could get a little crowded," Hymer said.
The chinook fishery closes Aug. 31 at Buoy 10, but anglers can continue to keep hatchery-reared coho salmon in that area through the end of the year. Upriver from Rocky Point, fishing opportunities for both species continue late into the year on the mainstem Columbia River and many of its tributaries.

Oregon Fishing Reports

Oregon state department of fish and wildlife

Weekly Oregon Fishing reports

posted by the Oregon Dept. of Fish & Wildlife

for all regions

Your fishing trip with Buoy 10 fishing guides association member guides means that you can hold your fishing rod if you like, you can feel the fish hit and set the hook. The guide will stop the boat and let you enjoy fighting the fish. Sportfishing is truly a sport when you catch Salmon from a jet sled and go one on one with the fish.

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