Located in Grays Harbor, WA


Humptulips River Fishing:

The Humptulips River is approximately 70 Miles in length and originates in the Olympic mountains, draining out into Grays Harbor. Salmon and Steelhead run hot and heavy on the Humptulips and offers up some of the best fishing in the state. Bank access is limited but well worth the trip. Humptulips river fishing access can be found below.



Salmonid Species:

Chinook Salmon
Silver Salmon
Coho Salmon
Dog Salmon
Chum Salmon

When to Fish

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This river is open June – March for Trout and from Sept – Jan the Humptulips is open for Salmon fishing.

**See Washington State fishing REGS for exact times.



Daily Limits

This fishery generally allows 6 Salmon per day and during parts of the season you can keep up to 3 adults.

**See Washington State fishing REGS for details.



Preferred Tackle:

One single point barbless hook. Corky and yarn, Jigs or spinners.



Sand shrimp and Salmon Eggs.



Sand shrimp and Salmon Eggs.


Tackle Tips:
Top Recommendation for this location is plunking or drifting sand shrimp or eggs. next possibly a steelhead jig, or corky and yarn and lastly spinners.


Combat Fishing Rating:

Hand to Hand. Eye protection recommended!



Humptulips River Water levels


USGS Water-data graph for site 12039005


Humptulips River Discharge Rate


USGS Water-data graph for site 12039005



Humptulips River Water Levels are provided by the United States Geological Survey data system.

Humptulips River Fishing Access:

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