Traditionally, the Walleye is considered the prime species caught across the Midwest regions of the country. However, the Walleye is also active in the waters of the Columbia river.
Walleye fishing on the Columbia River is growing by the year. Many experts believe the next world record walleye will come from the Columbia River. Professional and amateur anglers have traveled across the country just to experience Walleye fishing on the Columbia River and the potential of a wall-hanger!
Six to ten pound Walleyes are not uncommon with fish up to 15 pounds. These great tasting fish are caught from February through December.