KILCHIS RIVER FISHING
Kilchis River Fishing offers Kilchis River Fall Chinook Salmon Fishing, Coho Salmon Fishing, Kilchis River Chum Salmon Fishing and Steelhead fishing. The Kilchis River is one of the five rivers that feed into Tillamook Bay, which one of the smaller rivers that fishes well when the other nearby rivers are out of shape due to heavy rains. The Kilchis River seems to clear up and drop much faster than the other 4 rivers and gets a great run of Fall Chinook Salmon and Chum Salmon. These are a couple contributing factors that makes Kilchis River Fishing so popular when other rivers are out of shape.
Kilchis River Fishing for Fall Chinook Salmon starts in October and will continue to fish into December. Another species of salmon that you can catch when you are Klichis River Fishing is Chum Salmon. The Chum Salmon is probably the best fighting salmon, pound for pound, in the Northwest. The Chum Salmon hit like a freight train and will fight to the end.
Kilchis River Steelhead Fishing is not as popular as its neighboring rivers, but it does get a good run of Winter Steelhead and it is a very fishable river when some of the other nearby rivers are not.
Kilchis River Guided Fishing Trips are done from a Drift Boat, because the majority of Kilchis River Fishing is done on the lower section of the Kilchis River and the land surrounding the river is mostly private land. Guided fishing trips on the Kilchis River are a very hands-on; casting, holding the rod, feeling the bite and setting the hook. Most drift boat fisheries are like the Kilchis River Fishing, hand-on as well.
If you would like more fishing information on rivers that are near the Kilchis River or rivers that flow into Tillamook Bay; click on the links below.