From the Grays Harbor Daily World:

". . .the pre-season forecast estimates 29,706 prized
Chinook salmon returning to the Harbor through the
Chehalis and Humptulips river systems in the fall,
which means it is likely there will be the first Grays
Harbor Chinook season in the past five years.

Coho numbers also are up significantly for both wild
and hatchery fish. In Grays Harbor, the total for both
is predicted to be 198,012 this year, compared to
133,054 in 2011. The wild coho forecast estimates
150,209 fish for 2012, compared to 89,097 last year."

As a result of these great forecasts there are 3 fish
limits all around and you can even keep native coho on
many fisheries, this is going to be an action packed
fall!

Call or email to talk to us about
opportunities for guided sport fishing for
September, October & November on the
Chehalis and it's tributaries!

Humptulips Rates:
1 Person:  $350
2 People:  $215/person
3 People:  $215/person


The Humptulips River originates in the Olympic
National Forest as the East and West Fork. The
name comes from the Humptulips Indians, part of
the Chehalis tribe.  Some say the word
"humptulips" means "hard pole" why others say it
means chilly region.


Either way the Humptulips river to us means " Big
Fall Chinook Salmon!"  This is one of our favorite
fall fisheries due to the large number of big Fall
Chinook, hard fighting silvers, and the aggressive
Chum Salmon.


The Humptulips Salmon fishery normally starts mid
September and runs through December. The Chinook
fishery is best up to Mid-November and Fresh Coho
keep showing up through December!  This is a great
chance to catch a trophy King Salmon, a trophy
Coho Salmon, and alot of hard fighting action.


Humptulips, Copalis Crossing, Pacific Beach, and
Ocean Shores are some of the small towns
surrounding the Humptulips River.  The nearest
cities are Aberdeen and Hoquiam, located at the
mouth of the Chehalis River on Grays Harbor. Don't
for get your clam shovels, the Humptulips River is
just a short drive to the Ocean Beaches!

Send us an email or call today to book your
Humptulips Salmon Fishing Adventure!



Humptulips River Fishing 2012

From the Grays Harbor Daily World:

". . .the pre-season forecast estimates 29,706 prized
Chinook salmon returning to the Harbor through the
Chehalis and Humptulips river systems in the fall,
which means it is likely there will be the first Grays
Harbor Chinook season in the past five years.

Coho numbers also are up significantly for both wild
and hatchery fish. In Grays Harbor, the total for both
is predicted to be 198,012 this year, compared to
133,054 in 2011. The wild coho forecast estimates
150,209 fish for 2012, compared to 89,097 last year."

As a result of these great forecasts there are 3 fish
limits all around and you can even keep native coho on
many fisheries, this is going to be an action packed
fall!

Call or email to talk to us about
opportunities for guided sport fishing for
September, October & November on the
Chehalis and it's tributaries!

Humptulips Rates:
1 Person:  $350
2 People:  $215/person
3 People:  $215/person


The Humptulips River originates in the Olympic
National Forest as the East and West Fork. The
name comes from the Humptulips Indians, part of
the Chehalis tribe.  Some say the word
"humptulips" means "hard pole" why others say it
means chilly region.


Either way the Humptulips river to us means " Big
Fall Chinook Salmon!"  This is one of our favorite
fall fisheries due to the large number of big Fall
Chinook, hard fighting silvers, and the aggressive
Chum Salmon.


The Humptulips Salmon fishery normally starts mid
September and runs through December. The Chinook
fishery is best up to Mid-November and Fresh Coho
keep showing up through December!  This is a great
chance to catch a trophy King Salmon, a trophy
Coho Salmon, and alot of hard fighting action.


Humptulips, Copalis Crossing, Pacific Beach, and
Ocean Shores are some of the small towns
surrounding the Humptulips River.  The nearest
cities are Aberdeen and Hoquiam, located at the
mouth of the Chehalis River on Grays Harbor. Don't
for get your clam shovels, the Humptulips River is
just a short drive to the Ocean Beaches!

Send us an email or call today to book your
Humptulips Salmon Fishing Adventure!
abc
g

The Humptulips River is well known throughout the Pacific NW as
one of the best sport fisheries for
HUGE KING CHINOOK!  
Septmber, October and November are best for King Fishing and
December is good for Coho and we still catch some kings then as
well.   Due to the popularity of this fishery we always recommend
you book as far in advance as possible.  Be sure to visit our
facebook pages for pictures of successful trips.
253-389-0359
Email
® Copyright Washington State Fishing Guides 2012  All Rights Reserved
ad> My title page contents
-- AddThis Button BEGIN -->