fishing guide seattle Washington

TROUT AND LANDLOCKED SALMON

SUMMER

  • Lake Sammamish CUTTHROAT TROUT
    • located just 15 minutes from seattle! Lake Sammamish cutthroat trout are very active and will attack lures with power and bite all day! These fish cut red like salmon and tase delicious any way you choose to prepare them. This trip is trolling with downriggers and lead core, essentially like salmon fishing, but the limit is 5 fish that range from 15-20 inches and 1.5-3+ pounds instead of just one. using Lamiglas Kokanee gear and light tackle, each fight is strong and hard. Trout will take line and give you a run for your money.  Double and triple hookups are not uncommon in this fishery! A full day trip books you for 6 hours. 
      • 1 person: $185
      • 2 people: $300
      • 3 people: $400 
  • Mineral Lake BROWN AND RAINBOW TROUT
    • An excellent fishing opportunity for hot action and the occasional big fish. trolling spoons and plugs is the go-to at this lake. Mineral Lake is stocked often with both rainbow and brown trout, however it does not have as much pressure as other stocked lakes, allowing for these fish to grow big. Additionally, using artificial lures allows us to target the larger fish, which can PUSH 10 POUNDS and often are 4+. Another bonus to this fishery is brown trout! this species is not as common in Washington, so having the opportunity to target these beauties is certainly one to consider.  
      • 1 person: 175
      • 2 people: 250 
      • 3 people: 375
      • 4 -6 people: 500 
  • Lake Stevens KOKANEE (Landlocked Sockeye Salmon)
    • landlocked salmon is a true highlight of Washington fishing opportunities, and with a 10 fish limit, it is easy to see why. Lake Stevens sits just outside of Everett, Washington and is the premier kokanee lake in Western Washington. Kokanee are not the largest fish, but with light tackle they fight hard and are delicious table-fare. Like their saltwater siblings, these fish are dark red and cut fantastically. Kokanee live in schools, and with multiple rods fishing at a time, it is common to have 2,3, or even 4 fish on at one time. 
      • 1 person: 175
      • 2 people: 250 
      • 3 people: 375
      • 4 -6 people: 500 

WINTER 

  • Lake Sammamish CUTTHROAT TROUT 
    • As most fishing opportunities are shutting down, winter cutthroat fishing is heating up on Lake Sammamish. Many factors keep these fish hungry and voracious, helping us as anglers catch these magnificent fish. This time of year, the fish are acrobats and fly out of the water to hit gear near the surface. A 5 fish limit of beautiful red meat cutthroat is sure to bring days of great eating to your table. 
      • 1 person: $185
      • 2 people: $300
      • 3 people: $400 
  • Lake Sammamish RESIDENT COHO SALMON 
    • This new fishery certainly one to take advantage of! A release of coho salmon from the issaquah salmon hatchery stayed in the lake instead of migrating to the saltwater, creating this beautiful fishery. Resident  coho salmon are very similar to kokanee, as they cut red and fight hard. these fish have a minimum size requirement of 12 inches, and we average 14-16 inch fish.
      • 1 person: $185
      • 2 people: $300
      • 3 people: $400