Fish The West With Mike West
Fish The West With Mike West
Your river guide Mike West
Fishing guide, since 1987.
Welcome to the Pacific Northwest ;
home of the most popular steelhead fishing
rivers on the entire west coast. Call Mike today to plan a fun and memorable steelhead fishing trip right here in Washington. Steelhead are extremely hard fighting fish, however they are one of the most challenging fish to catch. Mike includes a professional video as part of your adventure. You will fish with Mike from a drift boat, using light tackle including Shimano and Penn reels paired with NW Rods. Specific techniques include side drifting, diver and bait and plugging. These tried and true methods in combination with years of guiding experience, will ensure you will have a great fishing trip and the best chance to catch a steelhead. Mike will keep your line in the water and fish hard all day.
Mike concentrates mostly on the Kalama, Washougal and the East fork of the Lewis rivers. The Washington State record winter steelhead was caught on the East fork of the Lewis river by one of Mikes friends Gene Maygra on April 14th, 1980: 32.75 Lbs. The East fork of the Lewis is known for it's large winter run native steelhead. The best time to target this winter run is between Feb.10th and March 15th on the East fork of the Lewis and the Washougal Rivers. We then move over to the Kalama river in early April where we pursue late winter run steelhead, early summer run steelhead and spring chinook all on the same day. Then in the fall we start our fall salmon season for kings and coho.
Mike likes to put his customers on the water during the best times to catch a fish mostly fishing behind the freshets. Mike will book your trip for specific dates if you insist, but would rather put you on his call list for a specific window of opportunity. When the rain is predicted to stop and we have high water, we watch the water heights on the web and try to predict the best four day window. This is the best way to target the good days. With smaller runs and more anglers these days, Mike would like you to have the best chance of success.
Call Mike today. To get on the top of the call list. (360)-673- Fish(3474) or (360)-601-7421 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Johnny Dec. 22- 2013 Nick May 1st. 2013 Randy Mothers day 2013 Jason 15th. Feb.-2013
Call Mike today. To get on the top of the call list. (360-673-Fish(3474) Cell- (360)-601-7421 Email: email@example.com
Below are a few videos to show you what to expect on a steelhead or salmon trip.
Bring warm clothes in layers. Rain coat and waders recommended, at least rain pants and rubber boots. The boat is equipped with a heater. Food and beverages not included.
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Price $125.00 a seat for the Kalama River, two people maximum. All other rivers $300.00 for the boat. You will provide the shuttle car. Shuttle is available on the Kalama river for $10.00.
Call Mike today :
$ 150.00 Per Person.
April 4th 2014 Kalama
The Kalama River is the hot one right now!
Catch Steelhead. The
Most sought after fish
in the Northwest.
Watch our introduction video
On were we are. Three different rivers. Several techniques. 1 year of fishing start to finish and the time to book.
Kalama River $150.00 per person. Sales tax included. Singles are welcome.
All other rivers $ 350.00 for the boat. No more than 2 people per trip.
Drift boat fishing the
tributary's of the Columbia river.
Modrow bridge ------------------------------ 1. 2 Miles
Mahaffeys Camp Ground ---------------- 2.4 Miles
Slab Boat Ramp ---------------------------- 3.3 Miles
Pritcherts Old Store Boat Ramp--------- 4.9 Miles
Red Barn Boat Ramp ---------------------- 5.4 Miles
Boat Ramp Locations :
From I-5 up Kalama river rd.