Redwood Coast Fishing provides epic guided fishing trips on the rivers of Northern California's Redwood Coast
Why You'll Love Our Trips:
Fish the hottest spots: Expert guide, Mike Stratman, will get you to the best spots.
Cruise in comfort: Relax in our heated drift boat or roomy jet sled.
Stunning beauty: Experience Northern California's legendary Redwood Coast.
Your Fishing Guide, Mike Stratman
Mike has over 15 years of experience on salmon and steelhead rivers. No matter what your skill level, we guarantee a 100% effort to help you find and catch fish.
Whether that means traveling to out of the way places to leave the crowds behind, or fishing late on a tough day, we take no shortcuts.
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Catch the Fish of Your Dreams — In Comfort
All fishing is done from a 17-foot heated Willie Boat driftboat or a 21-foot Willie Boat Classic power boat. Both boats have unique applications for maximizing our fishing effectiveness.
You will find our boats to be comfortable, clean and well maintained. In addition, top quality tackle and bait provided by Redwood Coast Fishing will ensure you have the best chance at hooking and landing the fish of your dreams.
Explore California's Redwood Coast
Northern California and Southern Oregon are home to some of the nations most scenic and productive steelhead and salmon rivers. Redwood Coast Fishing is centrally located within the region to access a number of these river systems.
The variety of conditions and seasons encountered within the course of the year make our area a fascinating study for any accomplished fisherman. It can also be a great place for the beginning angler to catch a new passion.
We mainly fish for:
- Chinook salmon
- King salmon
- Striped bass
We fish all seasons! Seasons and conditions mainly dictate which fish and rivers, but we're happy to accommodate your requests.
We guide on these rivers:
- Eel River
- Elk River
- Chetco River
- Feather River
- Klamath River
- Trinity River
- Sacramento River
- Sixes River
- Smith River
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