Yakima River Fishing
‘From Easton to Roza,
Our Home Water Since 1988’
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**REGULAR SEASON FULL DAY RATE
Available April 1 – Oct 31 $425 Per Boat
**REGULAR SEASON HALF DAY RATE
Available April 1 – Oct 31 $345 Per Boat
YAKIMA RIVER FLY FISHING
THE YAKIMA, ‘OUR HOME WATER SINCE 1988
WASHINGTON is blessed with an incredibly diverse selection of watersheds to chase fish with the fly. The Yakima river is listed as a Blue Ribbon trout fishery from the headwaters at Easton Dam to Roza dam. We call this river our “Home Water”. With over 27 solid years of guiding on this river and well over 10,000 floats you won’t find a more seasoned crew with the sincere desire to make your day the best it can be.
THE YAKIMA river watershed is a gem: From the multiple eagles inhabiting the waterway during the winter, to the Bighorn sheep calling the banks its home, to the mule deer, the heron, the hawk, the cougar, bobcat, black bear, elk and the trout. From the water it supplies the farmer and the recreational venue it provides for water sports, to the basalt daisy which is only indigenous to the Yakima river canyon and the incredible white ash line in the lower canyon in remembrance of a time that man was not here and Mt Mazama deposited its mark. It is a river of many faces from its terrain and seasons to the tactics and methodology used to fool the trout.
OUR DAY TRIP adventure has been our bread and butter for 27 years now. A day waterside with one of our guide staff is an invaluable experience. Ninetynine percent of our guided trips on the Yakima are based on a drift trip from point A to point B. During low water season there is ample wading opportunities if so desired, but the heart and soul of a day on the water with our crew is a drift trip.
THERE ARE MANY watersheds that offer significant beauty. While the Yakima is not the only beautiful river it most certainly is dramatic, unique and a Blue Ribbon stream centrally located in Washington
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