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Hot Reports

Check out these most viewed reports from the last two weeks to discover new fishing destinations!
By: jchennesc
Posted: 11/3/2019
Species: Chum Salmon
Rating: 4
Fished: 11/2/2019
Hot Spots: 0
After driving 200 miles last weekend to fish Olympic Peninsula rivers i decided stay close to home and see what was going on the upper Green river. I showed up late morning and fished into the afterno...
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By: JoshH
Posted: 11/3/2019
Species: Chum Salmon
Rating: 5
Fished: 11/2/2019
Hot Spots: 0
I participated in the 2019 Salmon Slayride benefitting Heroes on the Water, and actually won! 60 kayak anglers from all around the Pacific Northwest showed up to have a ton of fun and to help out ...
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By: walleyemark
Posted: 11/4/2019
Species: Walleye
Rating: 5
Fished: 11/2/2019
Hot Spots: 0
Launched out of Porcupine on a very cold morning. Headed over to the Lapham's area to fish a weed bed that had been producing fairly well. My buddy Jay caught a 16" eye on his first cast using a blade...
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By: rwl
Posted: 11/8/2019
Species: Rainbow Trout
Rating: 4
Fished: 11/8/2019
Hot Spots: 0
Caught some nice sized rainbows and browns today. Largest was a 21" rainbow and a couple of good sized browns that I released. Kept changing up baits and trolling or casting, so it was kind of grindi...
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By: CaptainDavesGS
Posted: 11/6/2019
Species: Walleye
Rating: 4
Fished: 11/5/2019
Hot Spots: 0
My Family and I were blessed with an absolutely beautiful day at Roosevelt. My 5 year old picked out the spinner she wanted to fish, and it turns out she picked a good one. Right off the bat she tells...
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By: Jazzi1957
Posted: 11/7/2019
Species: Rainbow Trout
Rating: 3
Fished: 11/6/2019
Hot Spots: 0
Launched at Hunter's launch and worked to the left following the clay slides in 25 feet of water. Fought the wind in the early morning it die down by noon fish were taken on pink hoochies with pink co...
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Recent Articles

The latest and greatest articles from our Northwest Fishing Reports staff writers!
November Means Chums!
November Means Chums!
Author: Jason Brooks
Posted: 11/4/2019
Last November I took a friend and my son down a coastal river for some fishing. The friend moved to the Pacific Northwest from Texas and had never caught a salmon before. He was an avid angler and whitewater rafter so being on a river was no big deal to him but catching his first salmon turned out to be one of the best experiences he had while floating down a river. Pulling into a backwater slough...
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Chum Secrets
Chum Secrets
Author: Hannah Pennebaker
Posted: 11/4/2019
When asked to identify the types of Pacific salmon, most Northwesterners can readily name the feisty coho, the red sockeye, the plentiful pink, and, of course, the mighty chinook salmon. Fewer can name the chum, or dog, salmon. The lesser known fifth species of Pacific salmon gets its place in the spotlight starting in November. This is the least pressured salmon run in the state, but those who kn...
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Landing A Big Fish From A Kayak
Landing A Big Fish From A Kayak
Author: Jo Starling for Fix.com
Posted: 11/4/2019
The thought of fighting big fish from a kayak is enough to raise the pulse of any angler. However, you should never pick such a fight without a battle plan, especially when your battleground is not open terrain because any hooked fish will run for cover. Fishing from a boat or land provides fairly solid anchorage, but what do you do when you are fishing from a very “towable” vessel, like a kayak? ...
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Going to Walleye School
Going to Walleye School
Author: John Kruse
Posted: 11/3/2019
You’ve heard of schooling fish, but how about a school for walleye? Yes, that’s a thing and it’s now being offered in Washington State. The Pacific Northwest Walleye School is the brainchild of Johnnie Candle. Candle is a guide who lives at Devils Lake in South Dakota, arguably one of the best walleye fisheries in the nation. In addition to being a guide Candle is also a tournament angler, co...
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