Northwest Fishing Reports TV, broadcast on major networks in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, B.C., and Alberta. Northwest Fishing Reports follows the adventures of Aaron Borg, Mike Carey, and Rob Holman as they fish with experts and anglers around the Pacific Northwest for everything that swims! From walleye to steelhead NWFRTV has something for you. From well known saltwater hot spots to hidden alpine lakes, each episode features the latest in tips, tackle and techniques to help you catch more fish!
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Hot Reports

Check out these most viewed reports from the last two weeks to discover new fishing destinations!
By: schu7498
Posted: 1/16/2022
Species: Rainbow Trout
Rating: 4
Fished: 1/16/2022
Hot Spots: 0
It has been many years since I left a report here. A couple businesses and a couple kids later we are still fishing but not nearly as much. The closure of our favorite rivers due to the steelhead mora...
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By: Walleyemark1
Posted: 1/15/2022
Species: Walleye
Rating: 4
Fished: 1/15/2022
Hot Spots: 0
Mike and I went out with Glenn to Porcupine Bay. Fishing was winter time meaning slow but we caught 15 eyes and 9 burbot. Blade baits and jigs in fire tiger produced best. A quick jig up and letting ...
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By: JediMbs
Posted: 1/14/2022
Species: Rainbow Trout
Rating: 4
Fished: 1/14/2022
Hot Spots: 0
Let things thaw before heading out so got started about 10 am Fishing some areas between Keller and Coulee. Continued the kokanee pursuit but couldn't locate any; in hindsite, I would probably incre...
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By: Walleyemark1
Posted: 1/21/2022
Species: Walleye
Rating: 5
Fished: 1/21/2022
Hot Spots: 0
I went out with Glenn and another buddy to the Arm. We decided to try a couple of the main points in Porcupine Bay like Blue creek and Laphams. It took about 5 minutes to get the first eyes in the liv...
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By: Toni
Posted: 1/17/2022
Species: Perch
Rating: 3
Fished: 1/17/2022
Hot Spots: 1
This was the first time out fishing for me this year. We arrived and were trolling by 9am. It was very overcast and cold. But about noon it cleared to partly cloudy with bits of sun. We were suppose...
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By: JediMbs
Posted: 1/21/2022
Species: Rainbow Trout
Rating: 4
Fished: 1/21/2022
Hot Spots: 0
Took my neighbors brother down to Lincoln for some trout/kokanee angling. We fished down river from the launch and were met with white caps at the start that transformed to calm water a few hours lat...
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Recent Articles

The latest and greatest articles from our Northwest Fishing Reports staff writers!
Visit Ocean Shores This Winter!
Visit Ocean Shores This Winter!
Author: John Kruse
Posted: 1/3/2022
Most people don’t consider a trip to Ocean Shores and the beach during the winter months but there are actually all sorts of good reasons to do so! BEACH TIME: Any day at the beach is a good day! There is something about the rhythmic crashing of waves, beachcombing, flying a kite, or just watching the sunset over a bonfire that will draw you to the beach no matter the time of year. RAZOR C...
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A Bass Boat for Christmas
A Bass Boat for Christmas
Author: John Kruse
Posted: 12/2/2021
Call it an early Christmas or a mid-life crisis dream come true. Rusty Johnston is my best friend and fishing partner of 45 years. The two of us have dreamed of fishing out of a tournament ready bass or walleye boat for much of that time. We have fished several bass tournaments and we know how to catch fish but the small size of his 1994 aluminum Starcraft with a top speed of 29 MPH has limited ...
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Razors and Rainbows
Razors and Rainbows
Author: John Kruse
Posted: 11/16/2021
RAZOR CLAMS: Last year, between Covid-19 and unhealthy levels of a marine toxin called domoic acid, there was very little opportunity to harvest razor clams on the Southwest Washington coast. Last season’s loss is this year’s gain though in what is shaping up to be a banner year for razor clam diggers. Dan Ayres is the Coastal Shellfish Manager for the Washington Department of Fish and Wildl...
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Are we Losing a Trophy Fishery?
Are we Losing a Trophy Fishery?
Author: John Kruse
Posted: 11/4/2021
The Columbia River from the Tri-Cities to Portland and the Snake River below Lower Goose Dam offer a world-class, trophy walleye fishery that draws anglers from all over the United States and Canada. These anglers are all hoping to catch a winter walleye that can weigh up to 20 pounds. Unfortunately, this fishery appears to be in decline. The walleye is a toothy fish prized for its delicious...
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