Located in Forks, WA
Calawah River Fishing:
The Calawah river is part of the Quillayute river system and is known for prime time fishing. The Calawah offers several excellent Lunker opportunities with cookie cutter winter run Steelhead averaging 8-10 pounds. The Calawah also has a pretty good Salmon run as well with plenty of Silvers, and once in a while Kings and Sockeye. Calawah river fishing access is abundant and there are several places you can put in for drift boat fishing or hoof it to some choice bank fishing spots. For Calawah River fishing access see maps below.
When to Fish:
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Preferred Fishing Tackle:
Tackle: Corky and yarn, spinners
Bait: Salmon Eggs, Sand Shrimp
Stink: Salmon Eggs and Sand Shrimp
Combat Fishing Rating:
Sniper. Not a lot of competition for bank fishing, You’ll mostly find guys in drift boats!
Calawah River Water levels
Calawah River Discharge Rate
Calawah River Water Levels are provided by the United States Geological Survey data system.
Calawah River Fishing Access:
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