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Big Creek Fish Hatchery raises fall chinook, coho, and winter steelhead salmon. The hatchery features a fish rearing pond, adult salmon viewing, interpretive signs, and group tours. Big Creek is a popular salmon and steelhead fishing stream.

The hatchery is located 15 miles east of Astoria off Hwy 30. Turn left off Hillcrest Loop Rd.

Location: 92892 Ritter Rd, Astoria Oregon 97103

Other Wildlife Viewing nearby:
(Seaview) Back Country Wilderness Outfitters
(Salkum) Barrier Dam Guide Service
(Astoria) Big Creek Fish Hatchery
(Chehalis) Clancy's Guided Sports Fishing
(Clatskanie) Gnat Creek Fish Hatchery
(Silver Creek) Hell's Anglers River Guides

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