Sol Duc River

In The Olympic Peninsula, WA


Sol Duc River Fishing:

The Sol Duc River originates in the Olympic mountains and drains into the Quillayute River. This river system is home of a variety of species of Salmon, Stealhead and Trout which offer many excellent fishing opportunities for Washington anglers. For Sol Duc River fishing access see map below.


Salmonid Species:


Chinook Salmon

Silver Salmon

Coho Salmon


Sockeye Salmon




Bag Limit :

High Bag Limit, depending on the season daily limits for Stealhead can be up to three a day and Salmon up to Six. See Washington State fishing REGS for details.


When to Fish:

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Salmon Run information is provided by the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife.  

Fishing on the Sol Duc is pretty much year Round, Steelhead in the winter and fall, Salmon Summer to Spring and a Winter Run as well.


Preferred Fishing Tackle:

Corky & Yarn, Spinners, Sand Shrimp, Eggs


Combat Fishing Rating:

You’ll see people fishing but not back to back, As always eye protection recommended.


Sol Duc River Fishing Access:

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