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Klickitat River Summer Steelhead

About the Klickitat River: 

The wild summer run steelhead of the Klickitat are some of the biggest in the state. These magnificent fish can reach upwards of twenty pounds. Swinging wet flies and dead drifting nymphs are the most effective techniques while targeting Klickitat steelhead. The past few years the chinook returns to the Klick have been incredible. We are catching chinook while targeting steelhead. These king salmon are in the 15-25lb range with some pushing 40lbs.

The Klickitat River begins on the glacier capped peaks of Mount Adams and flows south through Central Washington into the Columbia River. The beautiful landscape includes steep canyons, old forests, and abundant wildlife. A day fly fishing on the Klickitat River is truly unforgettable.


Full Day – $495 for two anglers, $395 for a single (8+ hrs) 

Trips Include – Drift boat or fly fishing raft, all flies, rods, reels, food, beverages, and other necessary equipment.

Plus – You will receive a free Angler’s Obsession hat and we’ll send you pictures from your trip if we use our cameras

Washington State Sales Tax and fishing license are not included in prices

Washington Fly Fishing Testimonials

Perfect Again

Once again it seems like we hit it perfect up there!  Two years in a row, and counting.  Totally looking forward to it next year.  Here is the photo from last year that needs to get on your website.  To refresh your memory....right at the last riffle at the takeout on the Bogy when you said to "just drop it anywhere".  Boom, bright chromer. I also ripped a huge hole in my waders climbing out of the boat during the fight, but for that fish it was worth it.  It was also the banana in the boat day.

- Jim S.


Washington Fly Fishing Guides

Washington Fly Fishing Guides

September 6, 2014