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Guided Tillamook Bay Fishing Fall Chinook SalmonTillamook Bay Fishing might be one of the greatest places to fish on the West Coast, located in Tillamook, Oregon. Tillamook Bay has five phenomenal river flowing into it, each one of these rivers are known for great Spring Chinook Salmon Fishing, Fall Chinook Salmon Fishing, Coho Salmon Fishing and Steelhead Fishing for both Winter Steelhead Fishing and Summer Steelhead Fishing. Tillamook Bay Fall Chinook Salmon Fishing is probably the most famous fishery for Tillamook Bay Fishing.

The five rivers that feed into Tillamook are the Wilson River, Kilchis River, Trask River, Miami River and Tillamook River. The Nestucca River is very close to Tillamook Bay, but it does not flow into the bay. Nestucca River Fall Chinook Fishing and Nestucca River Steelhead Fishing are considered by most to be a Tillamook Bay fishery.  Another close fishery to Tillamook Bay is the Nehalem Bay, although this is not part of Tillamook Bay, Nehalem Bay Salmon Fishing is top notch fishing as well. Nehalem Bay Fall Chinook are known to be much larger on average then Columbia River fall Chinook salmon.

Tillamook Bay guided fishing trips usually start the end of September and will fish into November. You might not be fishing the actual bay in November, but you will be fishing a tributary that flows into Tillamook Bay. Most Tillamook Bay Fishing Guided who fish the actual bay troll herring and Spinners targeting Tillamook Bay fall Chinook salmon, but there are many other techniques and spin offs that guides do as well.

The Wilson River and the Trask River are the two largest rivers that flow into Tillamook bay, they also get larger return of Fall Chinook Salmon than the other three rivers; Miami, Tillamook and Kilchis. The Trask River and Wilson River are both great river to target Fall Chinook Salmon during the October thru November. The Kilchis River is a back up river for when the Trask and the Wilson River fishing condition are bad, the Kilchis River conditions usually stay in shape longer and will clear up faster.

Tillamook Bay Guided Fishing Trips are a blast, if we are fishing Tillamook Bay its self or one of Tillamook Bay’s great tributaries. Guided Tillamook Bay Fishing Trips are hard to beat and it is a beautiful hour and half drive from Portland, Oregon.

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