Klickitat River Guides


United States


P.O. Box 322 Klickitat


Latitude: 45.787997

Longitude: -121.210631

Tracy Zoller



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The Klickitat is a glacier flowing stream with water that stays cool enabling the fish to stay firm and powerful. Salmon and Steelhead migrate from the Pacific ocean up the Columbia River and into the Klickitat. The fish migration starts in the spring and continues into the winter with different runs through the seasons.


The climate in the Klickitat valley is very unique. Twenty miles west of the Klickitat its a rain forest, ten miles east its a desert. We have pine and oak forest with the south faced hills being mixed with open natural meadows.  A perfect setting for all types of wildlife.

We can accommodate up to twelve people per day and larger groups with advanced notice you can book single or multi day trips.


We spend mass hours knowing where many groups of birds are. We use 4x4 and drift boat  to access the many hunting areas. Most mornings we will put you on roosted birds. We hunt slow calling from time to time and when we get a talking Tom we close in the distance or lots of times are looking for our shooting positions and getting the decoy's out as he is on his way.

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