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    Make Memories to Last a Lifetime with the Pacific Northwest's Premier Charter Fishing Experience.

    Enjoy the breath taking scenery off the coasts of Washington and Oregon along with wildlife the pacific Northwest is known for, including eagles, whales, bears, and dolphins.

    Led by your experienced and professional guide and captain, the PNW Fishing Safari team provides fully furnished fishing charters for a variety of fishing, including Salmon, Crab, and Shrimp.

    We look forward to sharing our techniques with you, and take pride in doing so with the patience and professionalism you'll appreciate.

    We are also always happy to answer your questions during our trip- no need to bite your tongue. Get ready to enjoy the best fishing excursion of your life!


    The Boats

    Our impressive fleet of fishing boats and vessels include a 60ft Carver Yacht and a 24ft Hewescraft.

    We take pride in providing the finest of vessels for your experience with PNW Safaris!

    60 ft. Carver Yacht – This luxurious three-stateroom interior features a spacious salon and comfortable living areas above and below deck. On the bow you will enjoy a luxurious sun pad, brilliantly integrated into the yachts design for sun bathing and star-gazing. The outdoor “Sky Deck” area seats 10 people comfortably with wrap around seating and amenities. Moving up two steps from the Salon to the indoor Sky Lounge, you’ll be reminderd of how “super yacht” luxurious this vessel truly is.

    The 24 ft. Hewescraft is truly a beast of a boat, and is a natural fit for landing a good catch! The top is spacious and comfortable, providing more than adequate for an exciting excursion. Down below, the welded hull cuts slices through the water harder and safer when you’re fishing in deep water, miles off the shore.