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Bad Ash Fishing offers guided fishing trips on the Quinault and Queets river for Salmon and Steelhead. Ashley operates out of a 19' Alumaweld Freedrifter and a ClackaMax Driftboat outfitted with G Loomis rods and Shimano Reels. Your individual experience is important to Ashley, and there are many options for the type of experience you can have. Whether we are hiking the upper peninsula rivers, floating the lower sections to the ocean, or covering water in the sled, this fishing trip is crafted to ensure you experience is world class. She can accommodate up to three anglers at a time and can fish conventional or fly/spey trips. In addition to trips on the Quinault and Queets river, Ashley also guides on the Salmon River when water allows for those opportunities.  Due to tribal regulation, the maximum amount of anglers is 3 per trip. Check the calendar here and reserve your spot.


About Your Guide


If you are here, then you may be considering a fishing trip together and want to learn a little bit more about me. You can probably guess that I grew up as an outside type of kid. Over the years the love of the outdoors grew into a business, and I get to share that with the folks that come fishing with me. Instead of telling you about my fishing history, I’d rather share the lessons I have learned as a fishing guide and how I plan to use that in the future. There are two that really mean something to me-

  1. Time is short – I am not talking about Pacific Northwest daylight, I mean the time spent together with your friends and family.  When my clients talk about their trip, it starts like this; “Remember when my son caught…I’ll never forget my buddy falling out of his seat… My wife catching her first steelhead…. My dad fighting a rock….” 
  2. When you’re there, you care- Spending time outside reminds of how important it is to protect what we have. As a student, a fisherwoman, and outdoor kid, I want to enjoy this life for a long time. After that, I want the next generation to enjoy it just as much. When you take people outside, and they experience how great that time spent is, they become more curious and invested in what happens to our environment.

When we take time to go outside and have some fun with our friends and family, those experiences stick with you. When you spend time outside, you care about it and want it to be there for your kids. As a fishing guide, I provide those opportunities for people. My only regret is that I can take a limited amount of people.  There are only so many days in the year and so many hours of daylight, I want to reach more people and share these experiences. This is why I started a YouTube channel, so I can share my methods and strategies with you to get outside wherever you are. Knowing that time is short, and the best life is spent outside, I hope you will take every chance to get out there. If you need help with anything, let me know. If I don’t have a video up of that particular activity, I will make one for you.


See you out there-




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