LEWIS RIVER FISHING
Lewis River Fishing is one of Washington State’s premier waters for catching both Salmon and Steelhead. Guided Lewis River fishing trips are great because you can target fish nearly year around. The main stem of the Lewis River is nearly 3 miles long, before splitting into the North Fork Lewis River and East Fork Lewis River.
The main stem Lewis River is not targeted as heavily by anglers as the North Fork Lewis and also the East Fork Lewis. Anglers who target salmon and or steelhead on the main stem have the best chance at fresh fish. Fishing on the main stem Lewis River is mainly done at the mouth of the Lewis River; plunking from the bank or Fishing from a boat. There are many techniques for fishing the Lewis River from a boat, but the two most common techniques are trolling or anchor fishing on the outgoing tide.
The Lewis River get returns of fall Chinook, Coho, spring Chinook, winter Chinook, winter Steelhead and summer Steelhead. This allows guides and anglers to fish nearly year around on the Lewis River.