Sooes River

Soose River (1)

Soose River at the Mouth


Located in Clallam County,  WA


 

Sooes River Fishing:

The Sooes river originated in the Olympic mountains and drains out into Makah Bay. The Sooes is well stocked by the Makah Hatchery with Steelhead and Salmon. Fishing is allowed in tribal areas but you’ll need to purchase a fishing License to fish on tribal lands. The License can be purchased at Washburns General Store in Neah Bay. Sooes river fishing access on tribal land is at the mouth and at the Hatchery. Other areas can be accessed up river. For more information on Sooes river fishing access see our Sooes river fishing access map below.

 

Salmonid Species:

chinook

Chinook Salmon

Silver Salmon

Coho Salmon

steelhead

Steelhead

 

When to Fish

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Salmon season generally runs from August through December and Steelhead/Trout June through October.

**See Washington State fishing REGS for non tribal areas / Makah Tribe Regs for tribal areas for exact seasons and limits!!!

 

Daily Limits

This fishery generally allows 2 Salmon per day and 2 Steelhead per day.

**See Washington State fishing REGS for non tribal areas / Makah Tribe Regs for tribal areas for exact seasons and limits!!!

 

Preferred Fishing Tackle:

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

 

Bait:

Sand Shrimp, Salmon Eggs, and Worms.

 

Stink:

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!

 

Sooes River Fishing Access:

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