Fight Club Legendary Chinook and Coho Salmon of Buoy 10
Before the Chinook and Coho Salmon begin their annual migration from the Pacific Ocean upriver their bodies go through a very rapid change. Their kidneys must adjust to the freshwater because they are coming from the salty waters of the Pacific Ocean. The Salmon try to stuff every last bit of food in their mouths before they decide to head upriver. As a result, there is a very large amount of hungry and aggressive fish that makes the fishery so spectacular with a Buoy 10 fishing guide.
The actual Buoy 10 channel marker is located at the mouth of the Columbia River, commonly known as “The Graveyard of the Pacific’’. This area has claimed hundreds of early sea-going vessels trying to navigate through this dangerous bar. As a result, this area has become much safer to navigate with all the modern technology and 24 hour Coast Guard presence. While there are new maritime advancements anglers still need to be cautious of the tides and weather. Because the weather can change instantly, it’s important to pay attention to weather reports and tide tables before heading out. When you hire us as your Buoy 10 fishing guide, we’re prepared with the latest navigation equipment and updated river conditions to ensure a safe trip.