Premium Member
Join for FREE!
Chehalis River (Grays Harbor County) Fishing Report
Available Fishing Guide
Name: River Otter Guide Service Contact: (425) 422-9616
My passion for catching steelhead and salmon has turned into a occupation as a river fishing guide here in the Northwest. I’ve been guiding for over 25 years now and have many secrets up my sleeves for those days when the fish just don’t want to cooperate. I’m also a professional career firefighter /officer and USCG Captain. Experiencing a quality guided trip down the river from my 21' jetboat is the way to go. I will provide you with all the bait and tackle you need and take your picture with that prize fish of a lifetime.
Name: hogstwo1 Date: September 09, 2013 Rating:
Time: Members Only Bait: Members Only Tackle: Members Only
Color: Members Only Species: Members Only  Method: Members Only
Conditions: Members Only Air Temp: Members Only Water Temp: Members Only
Ice Depth: Members Only   N/A
Time, Bait, Tackle, Color, Target and Method are only available when logged in. Get your free Basic Membership account today!
brother ed and I fished from shore at friends landing using spinners. no luck. if bob r is fishing the Chehalis. please give me some good advise on when to fish the brackish water.

Want to know when more reports like this are posted?  

Share this report with your friends!


#1 Bob R says:
September 11, 2013 02:44 PM
We went out on Sunday and Friday, Melanie thought she had a hit on an in line flasher and spinner. I have had no luck on hits.We talk to a lot of folks , most have not caught any fish yet, those that have have caught mainly jacks The season last year opened on Sept. 15th, this year it opened on the 1st, thank the state for giving us two weeks of useless effort, the fish are not in the river in numbers yet.The tribe and commies will net the p*** out of that river after Oct. 1st, we may try the harbor past the 101 bridge after the 16th, season opens out there but weather has to be flat for us in a small boat. Colder weather would help, some have said the fish like the water to be 60 degrees or less to hit the river, we'll see. Thank Phil Anderson (head of wdfw comission that sets harvest deals to strongly favor commies) for another backstabbing to recreational folks in Willipa Bay and Chehalis river fisheries.That guy is a real piece of work! Try next week would be my advice, but my two cents is worth just that.Good info on Piscatorial Pursuits forum on chehalis and wilipa fisheries as well as a lot of guides post there.Bob R
#2 hogstwo1 says:
September 12, 2013 01:26 PM
THANK YOU BOB, Always good to hear a report from you and the wife.Your info. is always helpful. I fish friends landing a few times a year, love the river and have caught a few sturgeon out of Quigg. But this time of year I really get pumped on the size of the hooknose in the Chehalis. Wish I could hook a few more then I do. Seems im a day late most time. Thanks again for all yer good reports, looking forward to seeing more of your and yer wifes photos.
Leave a comment:
Please Note: No HTML allowed. We appreciate it when fellow anglers share their opinions, techniques, fishing holes and all around fishing knowledge. That being said, we do not appreciate negative or threatening comments posted anywhere on our site. If you have something negative to say, please keep it to yourself or you might find your account deleted and your IP banned.