Open Registration for the Fall Webinar Series


Learn from the experts on how to fish Tillamook Bay, Successfully troll 360° flashers for salmon, twitch jigs for salmon, driftboat Oregon’s North Coast rivers and successfully pursue bottomfish this winter.

Clackamas, ORIn an effort to safely and successfully teach anglers how to be more effective in catching the bounty of Oregon’s and Washington’s fresh and saltwater species, five different guides will lead informative seminars on some of the most popular sportfisheries to participate in this fall and winter.

All webinars will be conducted on Zoom, to keep anglers safe and engaged during these trying times. Participants are strongly encouraged to engage with the professional fishing guides leading the seminars over the course of the presentation. This is an interactive event.

The fall schedule will go as follows:

November 4th – Pro Guide Bob Rees, Fishing Tillamook Bay and its Tributaries in November

November 10th – Pro Guide Grant Putnam, How to Effectively Fish 360° Flashers for Salmon

November 13th – Pro Guide Bruce Warren, How to Twitch Jigs for Chinook and Coho Salmon

November 24th – Pro Guide Chris Vertopoulos, Driftboating the North Coast for Fall Chinook

December 1st – Pro Guide Rob Gerlitz, Winter Bottomfishing and Crabbing on the North Coast

All webinars are $11.95 for paid members of The Guide’s Forecast, just $18.95 retail. Paid members may purchase all 5 webinars for $50.00 PLUS get free admission to our January 5th webinar, “Oregon’s 10 Best Opportunities in 2021.”

Since 2000, The Guide’s Forecast has been providing detailed fishing reports and a weekly forecast for how the fishing will be to our 6,500 subscribers. Our goal is to keep anglers informed about our fisheries, keep them safe while recreating on our waterways and catch them more fish.

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  1. Hello Nathan,

    Thanks for the question. The webinars will be recorded and posted for viewing a few days after the date for those that purchase them.


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