SERVICES

Fish the Rivers like the Lower Quinault, Queets, Salmon, and Cook Creek. Our rivers are not open to public fishing, boating, hiking or camping. Often times you won't see another group all day. Our rivers are open all year under normal conditions. Spring Chinook and Sockeye run during the spring months. Steelhead run in the summer, fall and winter months. Jack salmon and Coho run during the fall months along with Chinook that run during the fall and winter months. There are also cutthroat trout in the rivers all year.No State LicenseRequired.These rivers are not open to public fishing, or boating, and require an Quinault tribal guide for sports fishing. The Quinault tribe regulates these rivers, not Washington state. State regulations regarding bag limits, releasing wild Chinook and wild Steelhead, and hook restrictions do NOT apply!

walk-in trips: 3-6 people 
Drift boat and Pontoon: 2 person Max - jet boat 3 people

Feel free to e-mail me with any questions or to book your trip. If I'm booked, I also work with other licensed Quinault fishing guides to get you a trip. We will supply poles, gear, and bait, what ever makes you comfortable.
book your trip today,! day of trip, cash payment is best..

River levels
Quinault
Queets

What to Bring!
Layered clothing, rubber boots, camera for that prize catch, sack lunch, and maybe some raingear depending on the weather. And most of all bring the fishing spirit and be ready to catch some fish!

Book your trip today!
Lisa Eastman
PO Box 113
Taholah, Wa. 98587
Phone: 360-276-4259 ~ Cell: 360-580-3334
e-mail: lsampson@centurytel.net






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e-mail: lsampson@centurytel.net