Wind River fishing and Drano Lake fishing are
very hot during peak seasons. Fishing Guides from
ColumbiaRiverFish.com and other popular Washington fishing guide websites fish the Wind River and Drano Lake for Salmon and
Steelhead as well as the Kalama River, The Lewis River, the Willamette River on
the Oregon side of the Columbia River and the Columbia River from Astoria,
Westport at Buoy 10 to Bonneville dam area.
Wind River fishing guides and Drano Lake fishing guides catch
limits of Salmon and Steelhead on these popular Northwest rivers. They are Washington fishing guides who fish both Wind River and Drano Lake
regularly as well as nearby areas of the columbia river and is knowledgeable
about where the fish are in this area.
Fish the Wind River and Drano Lake with
a local Wind River and Drano Lake fishing guide and catch Salmon and Steelhead. The secret
to catching Salmon and Steelhead on the Wind River and Drano Lake is to
fish them day after day year after year until you know which fishing
baits and fishing lures to use, "how to catch Salmon and
Steelhead" when they are NOT biting. Fishing guides know know what to change on the
slow days. When not fishing a Wind River and Drano Lake fishing guide is calling his friends to pick their
brains and keep up on where the Steelhead, Coho Salmon, Spring
Chinook, Upriver brights, and Fall Chinook are and what fishing baits and
lures they are biting.
ColumbiaRiverFish.com is a Columbia River fishing guide service for
Salmon, Sturgeon, Steelhead, and Kokanee. We fish the Drano Lake and Wind
River and the Lewis River, Cowlitz river, Willamette River, and all the
popular rivers of the Northwest including Buoy 10 in a state of the art boat with the top of the line gear and equipment.
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Dated Information Below Just to give an idea of some
events at Drano Lake
Wind River Spring Chinook fishing is popular on Drano
Spring chinook salmon fishing will open March 16 at Wind
River and Drano Lake in the Columbia River Gorge.
Any spring chinook -- fin-clipped or not -- plus
fin-clipped steelhead may be retained in the three mid-Columbia
The limit is two fish, salmon or steelhead, per day.
Strong runs of spring chinook are anticipated back to
the Wind and Little White Salmon rivers. State biologists are
forecasting a return of 12,700 spring chinook to Wind River and 8,400 to
the Little White Salmon.
In 2003, 21,600 spring chinook returned to the Wind and
10,800 to the Little White Salmon.
Fishing will be open daily March 16 through June 30 from
boundary markers at the mouth of the Wind upstream to 400 feet below
From 100 feet above Shipherd Falls upstream to 400 feet
below Coffer dam and 100 feet above the Coffer dam to 800 yards
downstream of the fis way at Carson National Fish Hatchery will be open
May 1 through June 30.
Angling at Drano Lake will be open daily from March 16
through June 30, except on Wednesdays between April 14 and May 26.
Wednesday closures are to accommodate commercial fishing by treaty
Indians on Tuesday nights.
The boat ramp at Drano Lake is being rebuilt and is
closed until April 1. During April and May, the ramp will be open with
limited parking, said Tod LeFevre, assistant county engineer for
Spring chinook fishing will not be open in the
Bonneville pool of the Columbia, except off the Oregon shore and
upstream of the Tower Island power lines, 6 miles downstream of The
Thanks to Larry Jason for submitting the
info above which he compiled from the Washington State Dept. Of Fish And
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