It can be hard to find bank access on our lakes and rivers, and the Skagit is no exception.
Pink Salmon can be easily caught from shore or boat. Here is a map of the Skagit river showing well know bank fishing and access locations. This map focuses on the area between Sedro Woolley and Hamilton.
Like any advice on where to fish, this map is a good starting place, but additional locations can be found if you are willing to do some exploration.
For tips, tricks and techniques on how to catch the various species check out these resources:
Please be mindful of private property, and regardless of where you fish make sure to pack your trash out and keep our outdoors looking good.
For WDFW access locations you can find additional information on their web site.
For more information on fishing for pink salmon, including rigs, techniques and locations please check out the Pink Salmon page.
4 thoughts on “Skagit River Bank Access for Steelhead and Salmon – Sedro Woolley to Hamilton”
I would like to know when is it legal to fish for salmon on the Skagit river?
You can find the fishing regs for WA at https://wdfw.wa.gov/fishing/regulations
What fish is legal to catch & keep on the Skagit river?
The regs vary by location in the river and time of year. https://wdfw.wa.gov/fishing/regulations is the place to look
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