Fishing in Issaquah


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  • All Rivers & Saltwater Charters
    To say Mark Coleman knows how to fish is an understatement. Coleman, the owner of All Rivers & Saltwater Charters, has mastered the art of side drifting, float fishing, hover fishing, back bouncing, and jigging during his more than 10 years exploring the Pacific Northwest’s waterways. In the process, he earned captain certification from the US Coast Guard, a distinction also earned by each member of his team. Aboard vessels that range from the 29-foot Reel Tight to a 16-foot, nonmotorized drift boat, Coleman and his staff lead chartered fishing trips through fresh- and saltwaters. All Rivers & Saltwater Charters have caught fish on the Columbia and Olympic Peninsula rivers, traveled the waters outside Anacortes and the San Juan Islands, and explored Puget Sound. Voyages pursue salmon, steelhead, lingcod, sturgeon, and other types of fish. The team can also lead fishing lessons for newbies, teaching essential fly-casting techniques, including the correct grip, the different casting styles, and how to use homemade tiramisu as bait.
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    1907 NE Park Dr
    Issaquah, WA US
  • Creekside Angling
    Founded in 1994 by veteran anglers Hugh Pastoriza and Peter Corbett, Creekside Angling Company provides a one-stop shop for fly fishermen to gear up and plan tours of the Northwest's bountiful waters. Though the shop stocks a variety of top-notch equipment, from Sage rods to full fly-fishing outfits, the duo's greatest asset is the expertise of its staff. Hugh spent many years of his life fishing for more than 100 days a year, hitting waters all over Washington, Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming. Peter began fly fishing at age 9, and he turned his favorite pastime into a career upon moving to the Northwest in the 1980s. Together, they use their combined knowledge to lead guided trips into the waters of Yakima River, the Snoqualmie, and anywhere else steelhead rainbow trout hold their electoral caucuses.
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    1410-A NW Gilman Blvd.
    Issaquah, WA US
  • Riviera Community Club
    Established: 1966 Reservations/Appointments: Required Staff Size: 2?10 people Handicap Accessible: Yes Parking: Parking lot Most Popular Attraction/Offering: Executive golf course, lake-side dining Recommended Age Group: All ages Pro Tip: Be sure to purchase your ferry tickets to Anderson Island ahead of time for a stress-free trip. Though just a 20-minute ferry ride from the mainland, Puget Sound's Anderson Island is nonetheless a world away. It has few roads, no stoplights, and a single general store, but also plenty of reasons to stay. The 8-mile island, the sound's southernmost, brims with wildlife and scenery provided by rugged, untouched terrain and Mt. Rainier jutting from the horizon. The Riviera Community Club provides just enough civilization with its nine-hole golf course, tennis courts, campground, and 22-slip private marina. It also boasts a lakeside restaurant with picturesque views.
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    11016 Country Club Drive
    Anderson Island, WA US
  • Rotten Chum Guide Service
    John Thomas has spent more than two decades fishing the Snohomish River system, and under the name Rotten Chum Guide Service, he lets others in on his expertise and tricks. Using a 20-foot Alumaweld fishing boat, Thomas gives guided fishing trips on the Snohomish River and Lake Stevens that range from 4 to 10 hours, which is just the right amount of time to compose an epic sea ballad. Each leisurely outing is designed to put guests in touch with nature as they ply the waters for kokanee?landlocked sockeye salmon?as well as steelhead and chinook, depending on the season. Rods and reels by Lamiglas or Okuma, Gamakatsu hooks, and Power Pro lines provide professional-grade assistance for hauling in the catches.
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    Skykomish River
    Skykomish, WA US
  • First Light Guide Service
    The son of a Navy officer, Mike Ainsworth spent much of his childhood island-hopping across the South Pacific. Regardless of the shore on which he landed, the budding fisherman celebrated the opportunity to test its surrounding waters for fish. Now, Ainsworth shares his passion and expertise for fishing on his guided trips. He tailors expeditions for beginners?teaching tricky maneuvers such as fly-casting and testing fish?s ability to grant wishes?and whisking groups to the best fishing spots in Washington State in his stable Hyde Professional Series drift boats. Over the years, Ainsworth has helped tykes reel in fish that matched their height and watched amazed as a 78-year-old guest singlehandedly reeled in a 4-foot-long king salmon. Despite his own quest to mark off elusive prey from his personal fishing list, Ainsworth maintains that his favorite part of his fishing expeditions is the look on guests' faces when they reel in their very first catches, a moment he often captures on film.
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    4333 Tolt Avenue
    Carnation, WA US
  • Emerald Water Anglers
    Poking the water with long, stringy lines is the easiest way to access the rich fecundity of the underwater realm. Emerald Water Anglers teaches pupils what it takes to establish a quiet communion with beautiful aquatic bodies by instilling the basics of various casting methods and how to assemble a rod and reel. The two-hour single-handed group casting clinic provides students with all the equipment required and an instructional guide whose friendly nature embodies the calm serenity of this maritime sport. Small classes of up to six people give participants plenty of individualized attention as they learn the techniques behind overhead casting and roll casting, teaching their limbs the maneuvers required for future competent fishing ventures.
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    7710 28th Ave SW
    Seattle, WA US

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