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The Klickitat river is by far one of the best kept secrets in fresh water fishing.
I own and operate Klickitat River Guides a third generation guide service that was founded By my father Phil Zoller
Most of the river runs through a Remote road less no trails Indian reservation. The lower 30 miles is ran with drift boats.
Our company holds the only fishing guides permit on the wild and scenic section. Oh that sounds great and its fun to type but the red tape we go through and the dollers we spend each season to hold our permit totally is a burden. But this is also a plus for my remote trip that I provide for my customers.
Being that the Klickitat is a glacier flowing stream the water stays cool and the fish stay firm and powerful. The Salmon and Steelhead migrate from the Pacific ocean up the Columbia and into the Klickitat . The Fish migration starts taking place in the spring and runs through December.
The climate in the Klickitat valley is very unique. As the storms come in off the pacific the rain falls in the cascade range. Twenty miles west of the Klickitat its a rain forest ten miles east its a desert. We have Pine and oak forest with the south faced hills being mixed with open natural meadows and talk about wildlife you name it its here.
So if your looking to take a fishing trip and want Big fish! Great scenery! Second, third generation guides that were brought up to be guides, give us a call or email. Oh almost forgot we also have beutifull riverside Lodging with open beam ceilings full bathrooms in the most awesome setting. My wife even does the cooking for you.
See us: www.adventurefishing.net Email firstname.lastname@example.org Always Believing Tracy Zoller
About The Author: Captain Tracy Zoller
Company: KLICKITAT RIVER GUIDES
Area Reporting: Columbia Rivers Klickitat River
Bio: Klickitat River Guides family ran Steelhead Salmon drift boat fishing guide service established in 1969. We hold the only guide permit on the Wild and scenic section of the Klickitat River