Trask River

The Trask River Near Tillamook Bay On The Pacific Coast Of Oregon

The Trask River has good runs of Fall Chinook Salmon,
Spring Chinook Salmon, Coho, Steelhead, and Sea-run Cutthroat Trout.

Trask River Steelhead & Salmon

The Trask River is a river, approximately 12 mi (19 km) long, in northwestern Oregon in the United States. It drains a mountainous timber-producing area of the Coastal Range west of Portland into the Pacific Ocean .

It rises in two forks. The North Fork (30 mi/48 km long), rises in several forks itself in the Tillamook State Forest in western Washington County west of Forest. It flows generally west into eastern Tillamook County. The South Fork (10 mi/16 km long) rises in southern Tillamook County and flows north. The two forks join in central Tillamook County and the combined stream flows west, past Tillamook, entering the south end of Tillamook Bay on the Pacific northwest of the Tillamook. For its last 1 mi (1.6 km) it forms a common channel with the Tillamook River.

     Daniel St. Laurent Salmon and Steelhead fishing guide. I fish the Columbia River, Tillamook Bay and all coastal rivers & bays nearby including Nehalem, the Wilson & Trask Rivers for Salmon & Steelhead and the popular Buoy 10 Salmon fishery. I also fish for Spring Salmon at Wind River and Drano Lake and the Willamette River. I'll give you tips and information to help you fish all those areas because I've been fishing them all my life and it's my passion. I live to get up every morning and fish and nothing is more fun to me than making sure my friends and clients are "on the fish" and in the right zone using the very best baits and lures. Please visit my website and contact me to book a trip. My promise to you is that you'll be glad you did  - 
Daniel St. Laurent  - 
St. Laurent Guide Service

Fishing Seasons on the Trask River:

  • Spring Chinook: April - June

  • Fall Chinook: October - November

  • Coho Salmon: September - November

  • Winter steelhead: January - March

  • Sea-run Cutthroat: Trout July - October

Trask River fishing guides know "how to catch Salmon" on the Trask River
 near Tillamook Bay in Oregon and the Oregon coastal streams.

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Double G Fishing Guide Service

Double G Fishing Guide Service fishes Oregon Rivers, streams and Oregon coastal rivers and bays for Salmon and Sturgeon.
Oregon Fishing Guide Offering Quality Fishing Trips At Popular Northwest Fishing Locations like the Clackamas River, Columbia River, Nehalem Bay, Tillamook Bay and the Willamette River.

Specializing in Winter Steelhead Fishing On The Trask River

John Krauthoefer, owner of Firefighter's Guide Service, is widely recognized as one of the North Oregon Coast's top fishing guides. With more than 35 years focused experience, Johns knowledge and expertise in some of the region's most celebrated fisheries has no equal. Tillamook Bay fall and spring Chinook, Nehalem Bay fall Chinook, Nestucca River Steelhead, North Fork Nehalem Steelhead (by Custom White Water Raft), Ocean Chinook, Silver Salmon and Halibut, Buoy 10 and Columbia River Salmon are all fisheries John has mastered. These are places were fall Chinook in excess of 60 pounds are caught, trophy Steelhead are found and spring Chinook jump on spinners and herring with reckless abandon. With John you'll be fishing premium gear in the comfort of his custom-built 26' Willie Raptor. Everything is provided except your license, rain gear and lunch. Firefighter's Guide Service is the difference between "Acceptable and Exceptional". Contact John by calling 503-812-1414 or

45 years experience fishing the world from Alaska to the South Coast of Oregon

The Salmon Master Salmon Fishing Guide

     Terry Seamster is "the Salmon Master" and he fishes the Columbia River and all of Oregon's most popular waters from Buoy 10 & Astoria all the way to Portland and the Willamette River. Then to the Oregon coastal rivers in the Tillamook Bay area, the Nehalem Bay & the Wilson & Trask rivers. Then through Southern Oregon on the world famous Umpqua River and Winchester Bay. GOOD SEATS FILL FAST so call early. 503-484-8900

Three Rivers Marine & Tackle

Trask Park (County)
12 miles up Trask River Road
Tillamook, Oregon 97141
Code: T-55, D, Pets
Area: On Trask River
RV Park info subject to change. Please contact local facilities for current information about RV campground information on Trask River.

The river is known for its runs of steelhead and Chinook salmon.

The river is named for Elbridge Trask who settled on the shores of Tillamook Bay in 1848. The Trask River overland journey was described in the 1960 historical novel Trask by Don Berry, as well as two sequels. The novels are collectively known as the "Trask novels."

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