Action, action, action on such small pristine waters like the Wynoochee River, Satsop River, Humptulips River, and the Chehalis river. This time of the year you will find very aggressive winter steelhead that bite eggs good. Our primary ways of fishing them are Side drifting and float fishing. We fish out of small sleds and drift boats. The average size steelhead runs 12-14lbs when many of 20 plus pounders have been landed.
The Cowlitz River is a river in the state of Washington in the United States, a tributary of the Columbia River. Its tributaries drain a large region including the slopes of Mount Rainier, Mount Adams, and Mount St. Helens. The river is roughly 105 miles (169 km) long, not counting tributaries. There are two hatcheries that provide an exceptional sportfishing opportunity for recreational anglers in Washington and Oregon. The Cowlitz river consistently ranks as one of the states top ten steelhead and salmon producers.
The Lewis River is a tributary of the Columbia River, about 95 miles (153 km) long, in southwestern Washington in the United States.
The Satsop River is a stream in the U.S. state of Washington. It has three main tributary forks, the East Fork, West Fork, and Middle Fork Satsop Rivers. The main stem Satsop River is formed by the confluence of the West and East Forks. The Middle Fork is a tributary of the East Fork. The three forks are much longer than the main stem Satsop itself, which flows south from the confluence only a few miles to join the Chehalis River near Satsop, Washington.
The Chehalis River is a river in Washington in the United States. It originates in several forks in southwestern Washington, flows east, then north, then west, in a large curve, before emptying into Grays Harbor, an estuary of the Pacific Ocean.
The Wynoochee River is a 60-mile (97 km) long river located in the Olympic Peninsula in the U.S. state of Washington. A tributary of the Chehalis River, the Wynoochee River rises in the Olympic Mountains within the Olympic National Park and flows generally south.
The Humptulips River is a river in Grays Harbor County, Washington, in the United States. Its main tributaries are the East Fork Humptulips River, about 20 miles (32 km) long (32 km), and West Fork Humptulips River, about 30 miles (48 km) long (48 km). After the forks join, the main river is approximately 20 miles (32 km) long.
Any or all of these rivers provide for exciting and satisfying fishing with Swanny’s Guided Fishing.
All these rivers provide plenty of excitement and fish. Count on Swanny’s Guided Fishing to make your day a good one!
|State Record Catch||Steelhead, winter-run Oncorhynchus mykiss||32.75 lbs||Gene Maygra||EF Lewis River, Clark County||April 14, 1980|