Columbia River fishing guide, Kevin Newell welcomes you to join him for a Columbia River fishing adventure like no other! Incredible salmon fishing and sturgeon fishing trips!

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Columbia River Fishing Guide



Refund Policy:

Trips cancelled in writing by customer one month or more prior to the scheduled trip will receive a 100% refund. All deposits are refundable if Total Fisherman Guide Service must cancel because of weather, river conditions, or unforeseen problems on our part.

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All fishing trips are $225 per person for an 8 hour trip.


Trips include all equipment and bait you need for fishing.


Your fish will be filleted and bagged for your trip home.








Combo Trips


Depending on the time of year the option to do a combo trip allows you to go crabbing or to fish for Sturgeon, Salmon, or Sea Bass/Lingcod!


To make your trip a combo trip it is an additional $75 per person.







Booking a guided trip is easy! Just contact Kevin to let him know what type of trip you would like and what date you prefer. Then we do your deposit of 50% to reserve your trip. You can do your deposit here on my website, or if you prefer we can do it over the phone.


Phone: 360-430-2521





Start the deposit process by clicking on the button for the number of anglers in your party.




Total Fisherman Guide Service accepts Visa, Master Card and American Express.


What will you need for your trip?


  • Bring rain gear and dress warm. Even if you think you don't need to. It is always better to have it and not use it, than have it sitting in the car or in the closet. Don't forget, it's a big boat! If you think you might want it, then please bring it, I never have to tell people we don't have enough room.

  • Bring a lunch and beverages.

  • You will need a fishing license and tags. If we are crabbing you will also need a shellfish license. Sometimes I have fishing licenses for sale on the boat but sometimes I run out, so always check with me for availability.

  • Bring something to take your catch home in. Your fish will be filleted and you will want something large enough to hold a 1:1 ratio of fish to ice. It's better to have someting too big than too small. Assume you're going to catch the BIG one, it happens all the time!!!

  • Bring a camera to capture the moment.

  • Sunscreen & sunglasses.




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