The Trip:

Your trip includes a full day of fishing out of either :
One of our drift boats that can seat 2 to 3 anglers, equipped with forced air heating and bimini tops for those rainy Northwest days, (yes, forced air heating and a top!)
or our 25 foot jet sled that can seat 4 to 6 anglers, equipped with all the bells and whistles including heaters.
Or one of our 13 foot rafts that can seat 2 anglers, great for fly fishing and for those low water days when a hard boat simply won't cut it

All of your fishing equipment including the use of "Okuma" rods, all tackle, and bait or flies are provided.

Corporate accounts are available and singles are welcome.
Custom trips for large groups that require multiple boats are also available. Please all us on trip availability for larger groups. We work side by side with many other reputable guides throughout the state that we endorse and use on a regular basis.

Retaining Fish :Limits vary depending on river systems and current Dept. of Fish and Wildlife regulations. Where allowable, limits on Salmon and Steelhead can be retained and your fish will be cleaned and bagged for you at the end of the day. In a trophy steelhead or Salmon situation, measurements and pictures will be taken and arrangements can be made to have a replica mount made of your trophy catch. 

Just getting Started :At Angler's Guide Service we pride ourselves in our teaching abilities; from getting that perfect drift with a cluster of eggs and float fishing with a 10' rod to forming that nice tight loop with a fly rod and getting that perfect presentation of your fly that the fish can't resist.
Some of our favorite students are children. Not only are they the future of fishing, but, if you teach a child to fish and get them hooked on it; you've also taught them patience, concentration, and the love of the outdoors. Please note: Children under 14 are required to wear life jackets. Angler's Guide Service does supply coast guard approved life jackets for all clients, not just children. Adults are not required to wear them, but they are available for use at all times.


What To Bring:
* Warm Clothing (Dress in layers) * Lunch for the day w/beverage * Water-proof boots or waders 
* Polarized Sunglasses  * Applicable fishing licenses (Don't Forget) * Camera for that trophy catch
* Rain Gear                                             

NOTE: Bag lunches and beverages for your days fishing can be purchased the morning of your trip in many of the locations we fish. Be sure to ask when booking your trip.