If you're looking for a
good time and
want to catch some Big fish, then
Capt'n Larry is the Guide for you. Check out
his reasonable rates by giving him a call, his 40
years of experience speaks for itself catching Spring Salmon,
Steelhead, Sturgeon, Fall Salmon.
Larry Fishes on the
Columbia & Willamette
Rivers, for Spring Chinook
Steelhead, Then Sturgeon January
thru December, and
Fall Chinook Salmon & Silver salmon in
August, all along the Columbia river to
Portland in September and October.
The Columbia river is still the most famous
river in Oregon, with well over One Million Salmon
Steelhead every year
not counting Hundreds of Thousands of Sturgeon
in the river pursued by
anglers from all over the World. These are the
Trophy Fish that most people Dream about catching.
If you're Looking for a
fun vacation and want to catch and take home some
nice Fish, then give Capt'n Larry a call, and make your
Dreams come true. Be sure and check out Capt'n
Larry's New Fishing Calendar for the Best
Months to fish.
Oregon Fishing Spring
Salmon, Summer Salmon, Sturgeon, Steelhead & Fall Salmon
August 2, 2014
Hello Fellow Fishermen & Women,
Summer Salmon Fishing re-opens on the
Columbia River July 11th to July 31st, Astoria bridge to
Trips for Salmon, Sturgeon & Steelhead are available for all day trips.
forecast for 2014 is supposed to be
healthy fish returns of
Salmon, Steelhead, and plenty of
Sturgeon to go around.
2014 will bring
227,000 Spring Salmon into the Columbia River headed for waters
upstream of Bonneville Dam, it's a good
number, better than last years of 2013.
Summer Chinook pass Bonneville Dam between June and July, and
they are larger than Spring Chinook Salmon.
A lot of returning Fall Chinook in August
will be 4 year old fish this year. Upriver
Bright Fall Chinook returns in
2014 are expected to be similar according
to preliminary estimates from the ODFW.
The fall season begins Aug.
1, and includes the popular Buoy 10 fishery near Astoria and the
fall “upriver bright” season in the main stem
Columbia. Managers are estimating a total fall chinook return of
900,900 fish, including a record number of upriver
bright fish. If the total run returns as projected, it would be
the largest fall chinook run since 2004.
While those numbers are up over 2012, the
projected return of tule salmon is about the same as last year.
2014 will be a very good run size of somewhat the same as 2013.
Coho numbers also look to be up.
Based on predicted ocean abundances, managers expect coho returns to the
Columbia River to be significantly higher
than the 2013 return of 300,000 fish.
Sturgeon fishing for the year 2014 will be
catch and release only. Seven days a week, all year long.
If ever there was
a year to buy a one day Fishing License for $17.75,
This is it.
fishing starts around August 1st and runs thru October. Fishing for
is the ultimate thrill.
are very wild as they come right from the ocean. Larry follows these fish up
river as the salmon migrate and knows the best fishing spots. The size of
vary from about
10 to 60lbs
and the run this Fall will be close to
normal for 2014.
The Columbia River Bouy
10 Salmon Opener
August 1st is one of the most highly anticipated of
Oregon fisheries, with moderate
Coho-Silver Salmon numbers and plenty of fish
off shore, anglers are especially
optimistic this year. The
Coho silver salmon run will be about
a normal return for 2014. Catches of
Coho and Fall Chinook are expected to be great. The opener is expected to be
moderate, and the action will pick up as the
season takes off.
salmon is also known as
Coho salmon range in size from about 5 to 20 lbs and are very active fish.
They have been known to jump right into the net. The
Coho salmon fishery
runs into October and Larry is very familiar with their run as they migrate
from the ocean up stream. Coho salmon run up river to all the tributaries of
Summer Chinook Salmon
Salmon & Sturgeon Combo
Trips are available
Chinook Salmon on the Columbia River & The Willamette River
start showing up
in March and the run usually lasts through
May. Spring salmon are some
of the best eating fish around. They vary in size from 10 to 35 lbs.
I use various Lures as well as bait. On a good days
fishing limits will prevail, with a two
Sturgeon out of Astoria
is productive and it is one of the hottest fisheries in Oregon.
Sturgeon are the most powerful fish
you will ever catch. Sturgeon fishing is regulated and the minimum
length is 38 inches and the maximum is 54 inches. May 14th, the minimum
length changes to 41 inches to 54 inches in the Astoria area only.
very good to eat and
Limits usually prevail with a lot of
catch and release, after
you catch your Keeper, some are just too
Big and have to be
released, so Remember to
book your trip early
and get ready to have some " Reel " fun,
and " Let's go Fish'n.
Nice catch of the day Ethan!
Dates to fish in Astoria Oregon
July 1st till October 31st -
will be catch and release only
(seven days a week).
Summer Salmon & Summer Steelhead on the Columbia
Be sure to book up ahead of time
for 2014 Summer
Steelhead on the Columbia river.
There will be a lot of
hatchery fish coming back this year, with a
2 fish limit. The run numbers have not come in yet.
These Summer Steelhead are a great fighting fish and very good to eat
indeed! We fish the
Columbia River from Portland to the mouth of the
Columbia River in Astoria at the coast where the fishing is
Now is the time to book a trip for
you won't be disappointed.
12 lb steelhead
Portland Sturgeon Fishing
is an all year
fishery, with some months better
then others. I fish the whole
Columbia River from Astoria up to
Bonneville Dam. Sturgeon are
very good eating and a lot of
fun to catch, they are a very good
fighting fish for sure. So be sure and book a
Sturgeon trip with me, and I will show
you a good time indeed. Even when the
season is closed, you can still
catch & release any day of the
Cubby O'Brian with Wife Holly on a
Sturgeon fishing Adventure, Cubby is one of the Original
MouseKeteer's from Walt Disney's Mickey Mouse Club
Jan 1 through Dec 31 - Catch
Sturgeon fishing only. Seven days a week.
“So Let's go Fishin "
We offer 4 hour, 6 hour and 8 hour
day trips upon availability.
Arrangements can be made
to accommodate large groups.
fishing licenses can be written on the boat for
$17.75 per person
All major Credit cards are
Gift certificates are
to make payment with credit card.
Larry is coast guard licensed and insured. He is very considerate of his
clients' needs and places a priority on having a good time fishing. Safety always comes first with Larry.
His boat is first class with everything
a fisherman or women would ever want. It is equipped with an inboard heater,
and all the right electronics to take you to where the fish are, with
seating for up to 6 people.