The Wynoochee River is also close to the Ocean
Beaches and the best fishing for Wynoochee River
Steelhead falls during normal clam-digging season!

Wynoochee, pronounced WHY-noo-CHEE, is one of
the best rivers on the Olympic Peninsula for
Summer and Winter Steelhead Fishing.  It is also
sometimes spelled  Wynoche or Wynoochie and
means 'changing or shifting,' due to its ever changing
path.

The Wynoochee River is located near the small town
of Montesano in Western Washington.  The river is
born out of the beautiful Olympic Mountains in the
Olympic National Forest.  
See Info below for bank access information for
fishing the Wynoochee River:

For bank fishing there are several spots I can
recommend.  Just get a map and you should be
able to find these spots easily enough.  We always
recommend that you go out with a professional full
time, experienced guide before you choose to float
this river or attempt to bank fish.  Local
knowledge is worth alot on this amazing river.

1.  Twin Bridges:  this is the lowest section of the
river regularly bank fished. This is just downstream
of highway 12 just down past the Department of
Fish and Wildlife.

2.  Black Creek:  This is located on Wynoochee
Valley Rd near the intersection of Black Creek Rd
and Geissler Rd.  Bank access from both sides of
the bridge.

3.  CAUTION!!  Accessing the river below the
intake requires landowner permission -
trespassers are now being prosecutes as of July
2016 :  Intake:  Further up Wynoochee Valley Rd
just past the Grange Building on the left there is a
walk-in trail.  You can park next to the road next
to a wooden fence and walk into the water
Intake.  This is a popular fishing area for bank
anglers as well.

4.  Cross Over:  Just off of Wynoochee Valley Rd
past the fire station off of Wyn-Wishkah Rd.  
There is a bridge with bank access below bridge and
along gravel bar at low water levels.

5.  White Bridge.  Continue past cross over on
Wyn-Wishkah Rd and turn right at next rd.  Go to
the end of the road and there is a gravel bar at
the end of the road which many anglers use to
bank fish.

6.  7400 line bridge aka Bob's Bridge:  Continue
north on the Wynoochee Valley Rd past
Wyn-Wishkah Rd.  Follow Wynoochee Valley Rd
about 10 miles North.  It will turn into a
Timberland Area.  The first main left turn off once

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you reach the forestland area is the 7300 line
road.  Follow 7300 to 7400 line rd.  There will be
a bridge with lots of bank access below bridge.  You
can also venture north on the 7300 line and find
other bank access areas you can hike into north of
Bob's Bridge.River for both Summer and Winter-Run Steelhead.  
The best time to fish the Wynoochee River is from
June through March, with the best chance at
trophy Wynoochee River Steelhead during January
through March.

We welcome you to experience the beauty of the
Wynoochee River and the ultimate Wynoochee River
Fishing Experience!














The Wynoochee River is also close to the Ocean
Beaches and the best fishing for Wynoochee River
Steelhead falls during normal clam-digging season!


Wynoochee, pronounced WHY-noo-CHEE, is one of
the best rivers on the Olympic Peninsula for
Summer and Winter Steelhead Fishing.  It is also
sometimes spelled  Wynoche or Wynoochie and
means 'changing or shifting,' due to its ever changing
path.

The Wynoochee River is located near the small town
of Montesano in Western Washington.  The river is
born out of the beautiful Olympic Mountains in the
Olympic National Forest.  
See Info below for bank access information for
fishing the Wynoochee River:

For bank fishing there are several spots I can
recommend.  Just get a map and you should be
able to find these spots easily enough.  We always
recommend that you go out with a professional full
time, experienced guide before you choose to float
this river or attempt to bank fish.  Local
knowledge is worth alot on this amazing river.

1.  Twin Bridges:  this is the lowest section of the
river regularly bank fished. This is just downstream
of highway 12 just down past the Department of
Fish and Wildlife.

2.  Black Creek:  This is located on Wynoochee
Valley Rd near the intersection of Black Creek Rd
and Geissler Rd.  Bank access from both sides of
the bridge.

3.  Intake:  Further up Wynoochee Valley Rd just
past the Grange Building on the left there is a
walk-in trail.  You can park next to the road next
to a wooden fence and walk into the water Intake.
This is a popular fishing area for bank anglers as
well.

4.  Cross Over:  Just off of Wynoochee Valley Rd
past the fire station off of Wyn-Wishkah Rd.  
There is a bridge with bank access below bridge and
along gravel bar at low water levels.

5.  White Bridge.  Continue past cross over on
Wyn-Wishkah Rd and turn right at next rd.  Go to
the end of the road and there is a gravel bar at
the end of the road which many anglers use to
bank fish.

6.  7400 line bridge aka Bob's Bridge:  Continue
north on the Wynoochee Valley Rd past
Wyn-Wishkah Rd.  Follow Wynoochee Valley Rd
about 10 miles North.  It will turn into a
Timberland Area.  The first main left turn off once
you reach the forestland area is the 7300 line
road.  Follow 7300 to 7400 line rd.  There will be
a bridge with lots of bank access below bridge.  You
can also venture north on the 7300 line and find
other bank access areas you can hike into north of
Bob's Bridge.




If you're planning a trip to the Olympic Peninsula be
sure to call us and schedule a day or two of fishing.
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The Wynoochee River is a great destination for a Winter Steelhead
Trip in the months of January through March.  If you're looking to
get away from some of the crowds on other NW winter steelhead
fisheries such as the
Cowlitz or Skykomish, this can be a good
alternative.  Come fishing with our Wynoochee River Fishing
Guides for steelhead each year in the summer and winter.
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Wynoochee River Fishing Guides for Fall Salmon and Winter Steelhead.  Come fish the
Wynoochee River for the best freshwater fishing 10 months a year.  They Wynoochee River
is located in Montesano in Grays Harbor County and is open the first Saturday in June
through March 31st each year.  The Wynoochee River is a small to medium sized stream
that originates in the foothills of the Olympic Mountains.  The Wynoochee is the perfect river
for drift boat fishing and bank fishing.  Fish the Wynoochee for Summer Steelhead, Coho
Salmon and Winter Steelhead.  The Wynoochee River also has cutthroat trout and is a
beautiful place to spend the day floating down the river.  Close to Tacoma and Seattle.