It’s early March and the mighty Columbia has finally dropped into fishing shape… yay! We asked master of the long rod Bruce Kruk: How’s fishing?
Rainbow trout are the most popular freshwater sportfish in North America and the Columbia River is an outstanding tailrace fishery that routinely produces rainbow between 16-26 inches and up to 10 pounds. The Columbia River and surrounding water bodies offers anglers much more. Catch walleye up to 14-pounds, battle massive Gerrard rainbows and bull trout on Arrow Lakes, or troll for freshwater sockeye salmon (aka Kokanee). This is what WeSportFish for.