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Fishing Charters on the Pacific Ocean - Astoria OR

Professional Fishing Guide Randy Vanderhoof with fishing trips

The Pacific Ocean out of Astoria, OR offers some of the best variety of fishing you can find. With RBV Adventures, you can experience some of Oregon's best fishing with a seasoned professional guide who knows the area better than most. Your family and friends are invited to join you on a great excursion to a world-class fishing location out of Randy's home port of Astoria OR.

Charter fishing trips in the Pacific Ocean start in May for halibut. In June the ocean opens for salmon, and the bottom fishing is great - catching all types of fish from Black Sea bass to huge lingcod. When the ocean is calm, fishing chinook salmon as well as coho are always on the bite. When the mid part of July rolls around is when fishing for tuna in the Pacific Ocean is plentiful. Randy only takes four people on tuna trips and runs over ten lines so the action is nonstop. You always come back with fish on the boat.

Many of your questions may be answered on this site, but you are invited to call Randy Vanderhoof, your fishing charter guide, to learn where and when to find the best places to fish.

Randy is a professional Oregon fishing guide. He is U.S. Coast Guard licensed and insured. He is also first aid and CPR certified so rest assured — you are in good hands.

Call for prices and details to begin a charter fishing adventure in the Pacific Ocean out of Astoria, Oregon. Whether you are after salmon, halibut, tuna, or crab, RBV Adventures professional fishing charter service can take you there! Call Randy today at 503.502.7983. You will treasure it for years!

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Book a trip with Oregon's leading professional fishing guide Randy Vanderhoof, owner/operator of RBV Adventures Guide Services offering fishing charters for Chinook salmon, halibut, sea bass, lingcod and tuna in the Pacific Ocean out of Randy's home port of Astoria Oregon.