Columbia River Gorge walleye and bass fishing guided trips, comfortable boat fully outfitted trophy walleye and eating size walleye pro guides Jack Glass and Brandon Glass top Oregon fishing guides.
Warming water temperatures in spring sends monster walleye in search of most anything that comes within striking distance. Whether it’s a lure, a minnow, an imitation crankbait or night crawler on a worm harness.
This is a time that sportsmen should not overlook because walleye turn on right after they spawn, which is typically mid April to May, when it can truly become a feeding frenzy for big walleye on the Columbia River.
In order to be successful it is necessary to understand some basic patterns of walleye at various times of the year. We also target Columbia River bass.
In the northern states, walleye can spawn anywhere from the middle of April to the middle of May.
This timetable is influenced by how early we have warm weather in the spring. Interest in sport fishing for Walleye on the Columbia River has been growing in popularity in recent years.
Call us for the best Columbia River walleye dates and book early!