2021 Oregon Fishing Forecast Announcement


The Pacific Northwest, a world-renowned tourist destination, is also a force to be reckoned with when it comes to world-class sport fishing adventures.  Nothing is quite comparable to spending a day on the waters of Oregon, reeling in trophy Chinook and Coho Salmon, the prehistoric monster Sturgeon or an abundance of action-packed Walleye.  I invite you to join me by booking a guided trip in 2021 on what promises to be an adventure with memories to last a lifetime.  Book Now with ColumbiaRiverFishingAdventures.com  

Buddy Dupell – Owner/Fishing Guide – Columbia River Fishing Adventures


Wow! 2021 fishing forecast is in and looks to be a memorable one. ODFW Returns and Expectations 2003/2004 (state.or.us)  I will be following the run closely, fishing for Spring Chinook Salmon starting in late March as the season gears up in the Columbia River.  Excellent fishing opportunities will exist through mid-April from St. Helens to the Bonneville Dam.  If you have not fished the scenic Columbia River, it truly should be on your bucket list.  All fishing gear you need is provided and is always top-of-the-line when you book a guided trip with Columbia River Fishing Adventures. Bring a lunch, a camera and an appetite for adventure.

Two rods!  Late March through late June, the Willamette River running through Portland, Oregon promises to provide great fishing opportunities for Chinook and Coho Salmon.  If one fishing rod is not enough, 2021 brings the option for two-rods permits on the Willamette River.  Bring the family, friends, or co-workers and plan a day on the river with Columbia River Fishing Adventures.

My favorite, the beasts; Sturgeon!  Reeling in these prehistoric species is exhilarating and awe-inspiring.  Starting in mid-March through summertime, Columbia River Fishing Adventures will be Sturgeon fishing on the Columbia River and Lower Willamette River.  Fishing for Sturgeon can test your endurance and provide epic photo ops, as they are known for their acrobatics, ancient appearance and various sizes ranging from 2 to 15 feet long.  Columbia River Fishing Adventures has limited availability for keeper Sturgeon days as announced by the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife.  Book your guided trip early, as these limited days tend to fill up quickly.

I look forward to seeing you in 2021!




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