may be greater here in the Columbia Basin than anywhere else in the Northwest.
There are more Salmon, Steelhead, Sturgeon, Walleye, Bass and Shad available
to be caught here than anywhere else because the angling pressure is so low.
there just are not huge crowds of dozens and dozens of boats going after the
same fish. There is a good chance on any given day of fishing with Columbia
Basin Fishing Guide service guide Bob Roberts that you will see more fish in his
fish box than you will see other boats on the river! The Columbia Basin area of
the Columbia River which includes popular areas like McNary dam, the Deschutes
River and the mouth of the Deschutes, the John Day River, the Columbia river on
both the Washington and Oregon side, Hermiston, Umatilla, Irrigon, Boardman,
Rufus, the Dalles, Potholes reservoir, and Banks offers some very consistent
action for TROPHY STURGEON, KEEPER STURGEON, SALMON, STEELHEAD, BASS, SHAD and
some of the best WALLEYE fishing you will find anywhere in the country. Bob
Roberts has grown up here and fished these areas for over 30 years and there
aren't many things that go on around here that have to do with fishing that he
is not aware of. He knows how to catch fish in the Columbia Basin because he
grew up here and he knows almost everyone who fishes it on a regular basis. Bob
can schedule your trip up to a year in advance and will hold a good spot for you
and your friends or employees or your boss with a minimum deposit. CALL TODAY
and lock in a prime time, or just talk to Bob about what's going on and when
it's best to fish for what.
Columbia River Fishing Guides:
Bob Roberts is considered to be one of the best
Columbia River Walleye Fishing Guides. He offers guided fishing trips on the
Columbia river between the Deschutes River and McNary dam which covers
areas near, in or around Rufus, Biggs, John Day river region, Hermiston,
Umatilla Irrigon, Boardman, The Dalles, Banks, and Potholes reservoirs.
Steelhead: Winterrun and summer run Sturgeon
Sturgeon: trophy Sturgeon and Keeper Sturgeon
Salmon: Coho, Chinook, Fall Chinook, Silvers,
Columbia River brights (upriver brights)
Walleye: Limits of good size walleye or trophy
Bass: Smallmouth bass
Shad: lots of fast and hard fighting action when
these fish pass through in the thousands!
Bob Roberts & Columbia Basin Fishing
Guide Service Are Proud To Be Associated With