Skagit River

Photo of Edgewater park sandbar on the Skagit River in Mt Vernon,

Located in Skagit County, WA


Skagit River Fishing:

The Skagit River is approximately 150 miles long and originates in the cascade mountains and drains into Skagit bay of the Puget Sound. This river is prime time when it come to Lunker’s and offers pretty much year round fishing. The Skagit river is home to several species of Salmon, Trout and Steelhead. Skagit Also has both Summer and winter run Steelhead and Summer Kings. In the fall the Pinks and Coho start running and last but not least the dreaded Chum to finish off the year.

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