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Chetco River
Chetco River Oregon Guided Salmon and Steelhead Fishing Trips.
The Chetco is one of Oregonís premier salmon and steelhead rivers, and our most popular fishery. It produces more kings over 50 pounds than any other river in Oregon, as well as some of the best winter steelhead fishingin the state.
Smith River
Smith River California Guided Salmon and Steelhead Fishing Trips.
The Smith is known for its large run of giant king salmon, as well as numerous steelhead over 20 pounds.
Rogue River
Rogue River Oregon Salmon and Steelhead Fishing Trips.
The Rogue River is one of the few rivers in the world that has salmon and steelhead fishing 12 months a year. It is especially known for its hard-fighting springers, big run of fall kings and abundant winter steelhead.
Coquille Bay
Coquille River and Bay and Coos Bay Guided Salmon and Steelhead Trips.
The Coquille Bay has Oregonís best early fall salmon fishing. From September through October, trolling from Bullards Beach to Rocky Point offers the chance at limits on both kings and silvers, and lots of Dungeness crab.
Elk and Sixes
Elk and Sixes River Salmon and Steelhead Fishing Trips.
For sheer numbers of king salmon, the Elk River is hard to beat. The Elk and Sixes both have late fall runs, peaking in December.
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Wild Rivers Fishing
Professional River Guide and Saltwater Capt. Andy Martin
Brookings, Oregon / Gustavus, Alaska
(206) 388-8988 or (541) 813-1082
P.O. Box 1646, Brookings, OR 97415
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Photo Galleries: We Catch Lots of Fish!
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FALL SALMON
Chetco, Smith, Elk,
Sixes, Rogue, Klamath
125 Photos
STEELHEAD
Chetco, Smith, Elk
and Sixes Rivers
112 Photos
HALIBUT
Trophy and eater-size halibut from Alaska
168 Photos
ALASKA SALMON
Glacier Bay
and Seward Salmon
91 Photos
SPRING SALMON
Rogue River spring
king salmon
88 Photos

HALIBUT GALLERY
Some captains catch a few trophy halibut a season. Capt. Andy gets customers into hundreds each year!
Wild Rivers Fishing Alaskan halibut photos
168 Photos
Great load from Seward, Alaska
200 pounder from Seward, Alaska.
Capt. Andy Martin 350 pound halibut from Glacier Bay, Alaska.
Gustavus, Alaska (Glacier Bay area) halibut.
Chase with a 100-pound halibut he caught by himself on a jig, Gustavus, Alaska.
Capt. Andy Martin with a big Seward, Alaska yelloweye rockfish.
Deckhand Andy Dallman and Capt. Andy Martin with a 140 pound Seward, Alaska halibut.
Seward barn doors caught with Capt. Andy Martin
130 pound Seward halibut caught on Gulp! jig.
Twin 100-plus pounders from Seward.
Great day out of Seward with Capt. Andy Martin near Montague Island.
100 pounders from Gustavus, Alaska, near mouth of Glacier Bay.
350 pound halibut caught inside Glaicer Bay National Park on whole pink salmon.
Capt. Justin Parker with a 466-pound world-record size (unofficial record) near Gustavus, Alaska.
It's a keeper! Gustavus, Alaska halibut.
Hank and Capt. Andy with a 320 pound halibut from Gustavus, Alaska.
110 pound halibut from Gustavus, Alaska.
Capt. Andy Martn brings in a 100-pound halibut.
Capt. Andy Martin and Bassmaster Classic champion Skeet Reese with a big halibut from Gustavus, Alaska.
Bernie with a 200-pound halibut from Gustavus, Alaska.
Another shot of Bernie's 200-pounder from Gustavus, Alaska.
Bernie with a 120-pound halibut from Glacier Bay area near Gustavus, Alaska.
Fish box full of Gustavus, Alaska halibut.
Brown family with enough halibut to fill several freezers from Gustavus, Alaska.
Capt. Andy holds one of his favorite baits, the head from a Pacific cod.
A 120-pound halibut about to be released near Gustavus, Alaska.
Halibut caught on chunk of octopus.
Hank's 82-inch, 320 pound halibut from Gustavus, Alaska near mouth of Glacier Bay.
Halibut bait: freshly caught herring and pollock.
Jim holds a 100-pound halibut from Gustavus, Alaska.
110-pound halibut from Gustavus, Alaska.
Catching fresh bait before going after halibut.
Scott Brown's 220-pounder from Gustavus, Alaska.
75 pound good easter-size halibut.
Capt. Andy Martin with some 50s and 60s from Gustavus, Alaska.
The Icy Rose, one of Alaska's top charter boats for trophy halibut, captained by Capt. Andy Martin
Capt. Andy with a 140-pound halibut he caught on a "fun trip" without customers.
Capt. Andy with a pair of 60 pounders.
Bub with a nice halibut from Gustavus, Alaska.
Bub with a 215-pound Glacier Bay halibut.
Capt. KC with a pair of nice Gustavus, Alaska halibut.
Gustavus, Alaska halibut.
First 200-plus pounder of the season from Gustavus, caught on the Icy Rose.
Nice eater size halibut from Glacier Bay.
Nice load of halibut, including a 215-pounder, from Gustavus, Alaska.
Fish on!
JD with his first 100-pound halibut, held by Capt. Andy Martin.
Linda and Major with part of their catch from Gustavus, Alaska.
Major Clay with a 150-pound halibut from Gustavus, Alaska.
Monster lingcod caught near Elfin Cove, Alaska.
Shane's 215-pound halibut caught in Gustavus, Alaska.
Another view of Shane's 215-pound Gustavus, Alaska halibut.
Mitchell with the first 100-pound halibut caught on a charter with Capt. Andy Martin in 2007 in Seward.
Capt. Randy Wells with Homer, Alaska halibut caught on a "fun trip."
The results of Capt. Andy's first ever halibut charter in 2007. 100-pounder on the first day!
Capt. Andy with a couple of chickens from the archives.
Capt. Andy holds an 80-pound halibut caught out of Seward, Alaska.
180-pound halibut caught out of Seward, Alaska.
Seward, Alaska halibut held by deckhand Donny.
Deckhand Donny with an octopus.
170 pound Seward, Alaska halibut.
Seward Alaska combo trip.
Deep Creek, Alaska, halibut from 2007.
Deep Creek chickens.
Rachel with an early season Seward chicken.
Fish on near Cape Puget out of Seward, Alaska.
Early season (May 1) Seward, Alaska chickens.
Fish on times 3 out of Seward!
Three over 120 caught out of Seward, Alaska.
Rough weather halibut caught in Resurection Bay in Seward.
Pacific cod caught near Seward, Alaska.
Pacific cod caught near Seward, Alaska.
Early season chickens.
More early season chickens.
Seward miltary derby.
Joel's 220 pound halibut caught out of Seward, Alaska.
Halibut after being harpooned.
Halibut caught on chunk of salmon.
Fish on.
Jason Lewis fights a Seward, Alaska halibut.
Jason's 75-pound halibut from Seward.
Seward, Alaska halibut caught in late April.
Seward chicken halibut caught in late April.
Seward Alaska halibut.
Bait for trophy halibut.
Deckhand Travis with a nice Seward halibut.
Jason with a lunker ling.
Denise' halibut.
Capt. Andy with a pair of yelloweye rockfish from Seward from 2007.
Steven with a halibut from Seward in early May.
Travis with a huge Seward, Alaska lingcod.
Seward rockfish.
Capt. Andy and customers with Deep Creek, Alaska halibut.
Greg with a huge lingcod from Granite Island near Seward, Alaska.
A pair of big halibut from Deep Creek, Alaska.
Capt. Andy with a big lingcod.
A 120-pound halibut from Seward, Alaska.
A pair of yelloweye rockfish.
Nice halibut from Deep Creek, Alaska.
Capt. Andy and deckhands Chris and Donny with a day's catch in Seward
Trophy halibut fishing seward alaska
Seward halibut and salmon.
Capt. Andy with a 100-pound halibut caught on a salmon rod.
Deckhand Andy Dallman with a Seward, Alaska halibut.
Donny with catch
Seward Alaska halibut.
Seward Alaska halibut.
Seward halibut.
Nice halibut from Seward.
Big halibut caught on a jig.
Big halibut caught on salmon rod.
Seward Alaska halibut and Pacific cod.
Seward halibut.
Seward Alaska halibut.
Seward halibut.
Fish on.
Donny holds a nice Seward halibut.
Seward halibut.
Fish on near Glacier Bay.
Chase's first 100 pounder.
Plott family with halibut near Gustavus.
Tanner with a nice halibut caught on a jig near Gustavus, Alaska.
Chase with a big halibut from Glacier Bay.
Yelloweye and salmon from Gustavus, Alaska.
Catching bait in Gustavus, Alaska.
100 pounder from Gustavus.
Catching more bait.
Gustavus, Alaska halibut.
Fish on in Glacier Bay.
Seward Alaska halibut
Triple hundred pounders from Seward, Alaska
Seward, Alaska halibut
Another big load from Seward, Alaska.
Seward Hawg Hunting!
Seward Alaska 170 pounder
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