What fish are in the Satsop River?

What fish are in the Satsop River?

We fish for Steelhead on the Satsop from (December through April). We fish Chinook, Coho and Chum salmon on the Satsop river all during the fall months (September – December) in either my jet sled or drift boat, using a variety of techniques including pulling plugs, twitching jigs, casting spinners or floating eggs.

Is the Satsop River open for fishing?

The Satsop River ends it’s journey as it flows into the Chehalis River near the town of Sastop, Washington. We enjoy Satsop River fishing from October through December for Coho (Silvers), Chum Salmon and Steelhead.

What rivers in Washington have pink salmon?

The largest Pink Salmon spawning tributaries in Puget Sound are the Skagit, Stillaguamish, Snohomish/Skykomish/Snoqualmie, Duwamish/Green, Puyallup and Nisqually Rivers.

What kind of salmon are in the Nisqually River?

Native Species

  • Bull-trout-esa-listed.
  • Sockeye Salmon.
  • Chum Salmon.
  • Coastal Cutthroat Trout.
  • Coho-salmon.
  • Pink Salmon.
  • Fall Chinook Salmon [esa Listed]
  • Summer-steelhead-esa-listed.

Can you fish at night in Washington?

Yes it is legal to fish at night.

Where can I find pink salmon in Washington?

Top 10 shoreline fishing spots for pink salmon

  • Lincoln Park in West Seattle (best is starting in mid-August)
  • Browns Point Lighthouse Park in Tacoma (mid-to-late August)
  • Dash Point Pier (mid-to-late August)
  • Picnic Point in Edmonds (early August to September)
  • Deception Pass shoreline (now through September)

Are there salmon in the Nisqually River?

The Nisqually River is a powerhouse fishery for fall salmon fishing in the South Sound area. Trout and steelhead? Not so much these days if you’re looking to take home fish. The lower river, which enters the Sound between Olympia and Tacoma, is a popular destination from August to October, when fall salmon return.

Is it illegal to fish at night in Washington?