All About Adventure Excursions

Explore and Experience Oregon

Guided Fishing, Crabbing, and Hunting Tours

Knowledgeable Guides

With over 30 years of fishing experiences and are here to connect you to the best fisheries in the Northwest.

Oregon's Waterways

Join us in exploring some of Oregon’s most beautiful waterways and enjoy and exceptional fishing experience.

Salmon Fishing

Guided Salmon Fishing Trips including Spring Chinook Salmon from March to June.

Sturgeon Fishing

Want to reel in a fish of a lifetime?  Come out with us for a day of sturgeon fishig on the Columbia and Lower Willamette River.

Bass Fishing

It is a little known secret in the Northwest that the Columbia River is one of the top smallmouth bass fisheries in the country.  Come check it out and off your bucket list!

Walleye Fishing

The Columbia River has recorded catches of Walleye over 10 pounds for many years.  Many estimate that the next world record will come from this area.  Could it be you?

Where We Fish

Columbia River – With over 1,000 miles of flowing water from the mouth of the river in Astoria, Oregon to the headwaters in British Columbia, Canada, the mighty Columbia River offers many fishing opportunities for bass, salmon, sturgeon, and walleye. Since 1993, our primary fishing locations are:

  • Lower Columbia River from Buoy 10 in Astoria to the Bonneville Dam
  • Bonneville to the Dalles Dam
  • The Dalles to John Day Dam
  • John Day to McNary Dam projects

Experiencing Oregon’s Waterways

While fishing the upper stretches of the Columbia River, there are many chances to see incredible natural waterfalls in the Columbia River Gorge and to appreciate the rugged beauty of the High Desert landscape east of the Cascade Mountain range. Nature also shows off regularly on the Columbia River with opportunities to see bald eagles, ospreys, migrating waterfowl, deer and other marine mammals from the water.

Who provides what?

We Provide:

  • Comfortable boat and heaters
  • Rods, reels, bait, and gear
  • Licensed guides with over 30 years of experience

Things You Should Bring:

  • Current fishing License
  • Layered clothing to make our comfortable as the weather changes
  • Rain Gear if it’s in the forecast
  • Personal items, sunscreen, camera, hat, sunglasses

Frequently Asked Questions

When do you fish for Spring Chinook ?

March, April, May, and June, are the Spring Chinook Salmon fishing months.

When does Fall Coho season occur?

Coho Salmon are agressive and put up a great fight August, Setember, and October during our guided fishing trips.

While Fall Chinook Salmon

Where do your Sturgeon Fishing Trips take place?

White Sturgeon guided trips are primarily freshwater dwellers so we take you to the Columbia and Willamette Rivers.  Steelhead fishing is a year round endeavor so it’s always a good time.

When can you fish for Bass in Oregon?

Oregon hosts some of the best Smallmouth Bass fishing in the country.  These fishing trips are offered annually during April, May, June, July, August, September, and October.

When is Walleye season?

It’s estimated that the next world record Walleye will come from the NW region.  March, April, May, June, July, August, September, and October are all great months to fish for Walleye.  Will you bring in the next world record fish?

Guided Fishing Trips and Packages

Coho Salmon
Chinook Salmon

Full Day Trips

$200/Person

1/2 Day Trips

$125/Person

2 Person Minimum

6 Person Maximum

Smallmouth Bass
Largemouth Bass

Full Day Trips

$200/1 or 2 People

1/2 Day Trips

$125/1 or 2 People

1 Person Minimum

3 Person Maximum

Testimonials

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Ed Chin, All About Adventure Excursions

“My buddy Dave Fugere and I had a
magnifcent day bass fishing with Ed on
Tenmile Lake on July 17th. Ed has superb
knowledge and experience, does
everything possible to make sure his
clients catch fish, and provides excellent
recommendations to make future
outings enjoyable and productive. I
would have clicked on a sixth star for
SUPERB if one had been available!”

Harvey Carruth

President, Carruth Compliance Consulting, INC.

“AAA Excursions isn’t just a guide service,
it’s a valuable sales tool for me. They create a top notch outdoor experience for our valued clients.  When I call Ed and his team, I know the experience will be well executed and tailored to my needs.  Whether you are a avid outdoor person or beginner Ed really does a great job of meeting his clients where they are at and demonstrates professional demeanor throughout the entire adventure. My recommendation of AAA Excursions is without condition!”

Thomas Bookman

Employee Bene􀀁ts Risk Advisor, KDP Insurance INC.

“My family and I had such a great time
bass fishing with Ed! Not only did we
catch various species of fish, we learned
a ton about the shery and why we were
catching fish.
Ed’s patience, demeanor and cofidence
is unparalleled. Having been a fishing
guide myself, this was very important to
me. Professional, fishy, and fun, I look
forward to the next time we can get out
and fish!”

Brian Chou

Writer/Photographer, Steelheader's Journal

Willamette River

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Columbia River

While fishing the upper stretches of the Columbia River, there are many chances to see incredible natural waterfalls in the Columbia River Gorge and to appreciate the rugged beauty of the High Desert landscape east of the Cascade Mountain range. Nature also shows o􀀄 regularly on the Columbia River with opportunities to see bald eagles, ospreys, migrating waterfowl, deer and other marine mammals from the water.

Willamette River – One of the largest tributaries of the Columbia River, the
Willamette River offers a unique fishery where you can connect to nature right out Portland’s back door. Flowing through the Willamette Valley and connecting many of Oregon’s major cities, the Willamette River has many fishing opportunities for bass, salmon, sturgeon and walleye. Our primary fishing location on the Willamette River extends from Oregon City to the confluence of the Willamette and Columbia rivers at Kelly Point Park. While fishing on the Willamette, you could see an epic waterfall, industrial
shipbuilding and natural volcanic formations located along the river. The
Willamette River also provides visitors perfect water for paddle boarding, water skiing, wake boarding, canoeing, and swimming. Other popular fishing destinations available with All About Adventure Excursions:

  • Tillamook Bay (Garibaldi) – crabbing, clamming and salmon fishing
  • Netarts Bay (Tillamook) – crabbing and clamming
  • Tenmile Lakes (Lakeside) – largemouth bass
  • Yaquina Bay (Newport) – crabbing, clamming and salmon fishing

** Additional travel charges may apply for these locations **
Area Sightseeing Tours are available We can plan your trip from point to
point, some of our popular attractions are:

    • Mt Hood
    • Columbia Gorge Waterfalls
    • Willamette Valley Wineries
    • Breweries and Distilleries
    • Oregon Coast

Call for more details.

Book a Trip

Ready to hit the water? Reach out today to book a trip!
Corporate trips available.