Washington State has 14 fishing access sites on the Columbia River, including Beebe Springs in Chelan County, Frenchman Coulee in Grant County, White Bluffs in Franklin County and Langsdorf landing in Clark County. The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife has information about each fishing access on its website.
Another fishing access site on the Columbia River is Buoy 10. Although Buoy 10 is officially a channel marker at the mouth of the Columbia River, anglers use the name to refer to the area from the buoy to Tongue Point upriver from Astoria, Oregon. Anglers at this access catch salmon during the fall salmon run, which begins on August 1st each year and usually peaks the last two weeks of the month.