|Winter run Steelhead on the Wynoochee River!
You know when you're fishing with Casey or
Jake you WILL catch steelhead!
If you already have a date booked you are in
for another great year of Wynoochee River for
We still have a few dates left for February and
March so call or email today!
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.
We are the only guide service located directly
on the Wynoochee River. We fish the
Wynoochee 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
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
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.
Feel free to give us a call or send us an email.
From I-5 take exit #104, head
west towards Ocean Shores,
go 36 miles to
You'll Meet your Guide at the
Chevron Station Directly in
Front of the exit.
Looking for more things to do
in the Wynoochee River Area?
Feel free to shoot us an Email
and we'll be happy to offer you
informaiton on hiking and as
USGS Wynoochee River
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