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Columbia River Guided Fishing Trip
$175 per person - $40 deposit required per person - Group Discounts (5 or more) are available after the deposit has been submitted.
Book a trip today for a Columbia River guided fishing trip by using the form below.
Throughout the year we'll be fishing for many different species depending on whats best at the time. If you have a specific request or fish you'd like to pursue please indicate that in the deposit form.
You will submit a deposit after filling out the form that will secure a booking for you. After receiving the deposit we will contact you within one-three business days to finalize trip arrangements and set a date. If you have any additional questions please Contact Us and we'll make sure you get setup with a trip that works best for you!
We Provide Fishing Gear and an Experience of a Life Time:
You will fish out of our 25 Foot Custom Alumaweld Jet Sled. This boat was specifically designed to keep fishing comfortable and successful. We have a full top and heaters for the inclement weather if it occurs.
We will outfit you with the finest fishing gear & tackle available. In addition, we will provide you all the necessary lures and bait. We are even testing rods for manufactures, keeping us one step ahead in the latest developments on fish catching technology.
Corporate / Large Groups:
No group is to big or small, we provide quality fishing and lodging with exquisite meals! Let us help you plan, organize and conduct your next corporate meeting, getaway, wedding party, reunion, or birthday. Due to the nature of these arrangements, pricing and coordination of your group needs to be discussed with our team.
What to bring:
- Fishing license - 24 hours in most locations. Do not purchase online unless at least 2 weeks out, as your catch record cards come through the mail.
- Warm/Waterproof clothes and shoes.
- Camera (We have one if you forget yours!)
We can provide meals from our lodge at the Lewis River Bed and Breakfast with prior notice.
“I can’t imagine a better guide than Cameron Black of Gone Catchin’ Guide Service. Guides can be a pain in the ass, but Cameron is a great guy who is a marine biologist that loves his work. He knows the Columbia river and all of it’s tributaries. I have been out with him twice and we limited out before noon both times — first time Chinook, and the second time steelhead. Google Gone Catchin’.”