Buoy 10 Fishing Guides Organization

Buoy 10 Fishing Guides Association and local resorts for the Oregon and Washington. Buoy 10 fishing guides are Oregon fishing guides and Washington fishing guides. They fish for Salmon, Steelhead, Sturgeon, and Trout and other popular fish including "Fall Chinook" King Salmon, Spring Chinook, Upriver brights and Springers as well as smallmouth bass, trophy Sturgeon and keeper Sturgeon. Select a guide below and have the fishing adventure of a lifetime.

Fishing guides who catch Salmon in the Pacific Ocean and at the mouth of the Columbia River near Buoy 10 offer full day fishing trips and half day trips for catching Coho and Silvers at Buoy 10 where limits are common and trolling techniques by fishing experts who know HOW TO CATCH SALMON AT BUOY 10 are used trolling popular baits and Herring as well as Salmon Dodgers and downriggers.

Chinook are very sensitive to light.  The time of day will dictate where the fish are.

Local area fishing guides are expert fishing guides at buoy 10 salmon fishing. Buoy 10 is at the mouth of the Columbia River and buoy 10 fishing guides know where the fish are and what time of the day to catch them as well as how deep the fish are how big the annual fishing runs are which baits and fishing lures to use.
Call today and book a fishing trip with the most popular bleak and fishing guides. Only 10 fishing guides organization makes sure that you get absolutely the best fishing guides and that your trip is a quality fishing adventure for salmon, Chinook salmon, Coho salmon and buoy 10 salmon fishing adventures.

Buoy 10 is the area at the mouth of the Columbia River were fishermen catch salmon that are returning from the Pacific Ocean. Fishermen go to the buoy 10 fishing area every year to catch millions of adult salmon that return up river annually during the late summer months. Spring when large returns of salmon returns up the Columbia River every year, and sometimes in numbers that are extremely large. And fishing area runs from the red navigation marker located just west of bill walker of a channel Manager Gerry Lang running north and south from rocky point in Washington to read channel between 44. If you want to catch Coho salmon you have to make sure they are hatchery fish.

Chinook salmon can often be found in the north and south channel eight and two older sometimes before teeing up river. All we speak close attention to tides adding a trip for buoy 10 fishing because they regulate how many fishing run up the Columbia River and at what times they run up river. Better yet, book a trip with eight area qualified fishing guide probably 10 fishing guides organization and be assured that you will very likely catcher limit of salmon.

A really good popular fishing technique delete and keep in mind is to work your fishing lowers near them as are approximately 30 feet deep or less because most of the fish to hang out near the bottom in shallow work areas.

BUOY 10 Fishing Reports

Buoy 10 Fishing Reports

Weekly Oregon Fishing reports for all regions

posted by the Oregon Dept. of Fish & Wildlife

Fishing Reports For Columbia River AND Buoy 10

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Big Fish Guide Service

Big Fish Guide Service offers full day fishing trips on the Columbia River for Salmon, Steelhead and Sturgeon, Fall Chinook, Spring Salmon, Kings and Coho in the Portland area and popular nearby rivers up to John Day dam. While on a spectacular fishing experience with Big Fish Guide Service, you will enjoy the comfort of our 20' Alumaweld Super Vee boat, powered with a 125 H.P. Mercury outboard which safely accommodates 2 to 4 passengers. From just east of Portland, Oregon, on the Columbia River, upriver to John Day Dam and no matter what you are after, the search for Chinook salmon or the fight of monster Sturgeon, whatever your adventure is, it will sure be an unforgettable experience.

Fisherman's Marine & Outdoor

Fisherman's Marine and Outdoor has been locally owned and operated since 1975. We understand the vast opportunities available in the Northwest and the intricacies of successful outings. Our merchandise mix is trendsetting rather than responsive. From the everyday basics, to the tactical secrets, you'll find the finest mix of fishing, hunting, marine, camping and electronic products chosen specifically to excel in the Northwest.


The Limit Out bait rig design produces a tight spinning action resulting in aggressive strikes by Coho and Chinook salmon. Our first product trial using our new Limit Out Bait Rig was on an ocean fishing trip out of Depoe Bay Oregon in 2007. We caught limits of salmon. The next day we had over 37 hook ups in 4 hours of fishing, finishing with a boat limit. We knew the special design really catches fish. The Limit Out Bait Rig will catch limits of salmon, hence the name. There are two models: the In-line Bait Rig and the Sliding Bait Rig. It is available in four colors: Red, Blue, Clear, and Chartreuse. For best results use thawed bait lightly salted or brined. For something different, try adding two beads and a plastic clevis with a #4 Colorado blade on the leader to convert to a spinner bait rig.

Buoy 10 Chinook Salmon

The Chinook species is the largest Pacific Salmon usually about 33-36 inches in length and will weigh in at about 30 pounds. The mouth of these males is greatly deformed with an enlarged lower jaw which enables it to close its sharp toothed jaws. The coloring of the chinook is a glowing green to blueish-green with gold sparkling or sheen, silvery sides and a white belly. Breeding fish are an overall olive-brown to purple color, males darker than females. Marine adults are found almost

 exclusively in the Pacific Ocean. Young and spawning tyee can be found in most of the rivers flowing into these water bodies.  Chinook migrate as much as 600-1200 miles upriver between mid summer and late November. Females digs lay on their sides, thrash their tails up and down and so can form a small hole where they lay their eggs. Females die within a few days to 2 weeks. The young in fresh water feed on terrestrial insects, Crustacea and adults, mites, spiders and aphids. Young chinook in fresh water are preyed on by rainbow and cutthroat trout, Dolly Varden, coho Salmon smolts, squawfish, sculpins, kingfisher and other diving birds.

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Buoy 10 Coho Salmon

These Salmon are usually 18-24 inches in length and weigh from 8-12 pounds. The head is conical with a snout bluntly pointed but greatly extended, thickened and turned down in breeding males. These breeding males are characterized by their inability to close their mouths. All have sharp teeth on both jaws. Adults in the ocean are colored a steel-blue to slightly green with silver sides, white bellies and small black spots on the back. The coloring is not as spectacular in fresh water specimens.  Coho Salmon are found in the Pacific Ocean and its tributary drainage. They can also be found in some fresh water areas including the Great Lakes.  After spending up to 1 1/2 years at sea these 3-5 year old adults migrate late in the season and over a prolonged period. Often they school at the mouths of rivers and move up when fall rains increase river flows. Generally a coho will not travel more than 150 miles up river from the sea or lake. Spawning takes place anywhere between October and January. Females will lay 2,000 to 3,000 eggs guarding them until they die a few days later. The fry emerge from early March to late July and although some will migrate almost immediately, most remain at least one year in fresh water lakes or streams.