Washington's Largest Fish Landing Port
One of the most popular spots is the Westport fishing boardwalk. Here whole families can toss out a crab pot and fish off the pier - sometimes you catch your limit, sometimes you just enjoy the afternoon.
Fishing season details for Halibut, Salmon, Tuna, Cod and Bottom fish are available at Westport-Grayland Chamber of Commerce.
Book a Charter Trip
Information about seabirds and links to Westport Pelagic Trips is available at Grays Harbor Audubon Society
Marina Reservation Form
Email, fax or bring in your reservation form and be one step closer to your stay at the Westport Marina.
Download reservation form (Word doc)
Fish and Shellfish Info
- Fish and shellfish regulations
- Shellfish openings and closings for beaches
- Pacific Fishery Management Council
Washington State Mandated Requirement Publications
- Marina Vessel Insurance Q & A
- Insurance requirements
- Derelict vessel removal program
- Requirements for Long Term Moorage Providers
- Vessels - Derelict and abandoned
Fishing Season 2014
“Westward Bound for Westport”
Yes, here we go again, WESTPORT! How can I not talk about one of the most exciting fisheries in the Northwest. With predicted kings runs due back to the Columbia River all passing by Westport this summer you should add this fishery to your fishing list for summer. Couple that great chinook and coho fishing who needs to go anywhere else this summer. This is also a great time of year to target bottom fish by running a combo trip, Salmon in the AM and sea bass on the drop offs in the afternoon.
John Keizer, Salt Patrol
|Please check Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife for in season changes.|
|Pacific Halibut||Closed – Quota met|
|Rock Fish||Open Year Round
Bag limit: 10
No Canary or Yellow Eye may be retained
Open 7 days per week
|Ling Cod||March 15 – Oct 18, 2014
Bag limit: 2
Re-opens Mar. 14, 2015
2014 Sports Salmon Season
June 14 – Sept. 30
AREA 2-2 (west of Buoy 13 line)
AREA 2-2 (east of the Buoy 13 line)
|Westport Boat Basin and Ocean Shores Boat Basin
Aug. 16-Jan. 31
Min. size 12". Daily limit 6. No more than 4 adults may be retained. Release wild CHINOOK. Night closure and anti-snagging rule. Only single-point barbless hooks may be used.
|Tuna||Starts in early July and runs into mid October
7 days per week
No Bag Limit