PWN Fall Salmon Fishing and Where to GO

PWN Fall Salmon Fishing and Where to GO

PWN salmon fishing is an incredibly popular activity in many areas of the Pacific Northwest, and for good reason – it is a lot of fun and can be very rewarding, as there are plenty of large, tasty fish to be caught. The best places to go salmon fishing really depend on where you live and what seasons are available in your area, but here are a few of the best places to go salmon fishing in the Pacific Northwest:


The Columbia River is one of the most popular places for salmon fishing in this region. The Columbia River has many deep pools and channels that are perfect for holding large numbers of fish, so it is a great place to go if you are hoping to catch a lot of fish.


If you want to try for Sockeye and Kokanee Baker Lake in Washington is a great stop. This lake is a little more remote and less crowded than the Columbia River, but it offers excellent fishing opportunities. Baker Lake is especially great for catching large sockeye salmon. 

Explore the serene and wild Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest of northwestern Washington while trying your luck at fishing kokanee, rainbow trout, or mountain whitefish in beautiful Baker Lake. Seasoned fishermen beware - this spot has particular regulations protecting salmon and trout so make sure to read up before casting out a line!

While admiring sockeye swimming upstream into the river may be tempting, don’t forget that it is closed for fishing season year round.

Other great places to go salmon fishing in the Pacific Northwest include rivers like the Deschutes, Snake, and Willamette, all of which offer excellent opportunities for large catches.

If you are looking to go salmon fishing in the Pacific Northwest, it is important to do your research ahead of time and choose a location that works best with the seasons in your area and the other activities you may want to do while you are there. With a little planning and some basic fishing skills, you are sure to have a great time catching salmon in this beautiful part of the world.

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