Tournament Date: Rescheduled to May 6 due to fishability of the rivers

Come join us for the 16th Annual Benefit Guided Salmon Tournament! Ticket price includes a guided or self-guided trip for Spring Chinooks, dinner, drinks, and a t-shirt. There will also be awards for biggest fish and a silent auction with many donated items from local artists and merchants! All proceeds go to abused and neglected foster children.

For rules, event details, or a manual sign up form please View this years flyer. Preferably, please click the online registration link to the right or from our home page.


  • Bowriders not allowed!
  • Register as an angler. Anglers without a partner will be paired with another angler to form a team.
  • Option 1 - Register to be a guided angler. Anglers without a partner will be paired with another angler to form a team.
  • Option 2 - Register as a team. Teams consist of two anglers and one guide/boatsman (3 total). Teams/Anglers that have not chosen or been assigned a guide/boatsman will be matched by a series of drawings. Parties of 4 anglers (two teams) can be accommodated with the guide/boatsman being the third person on each team.
  • Option 3 - Register as a self-guided team of 3 people. Provide all your own gear. (No professional guides may be part of a self-guided team.)


  • Sign up as a Guide/Boatsman. A Guide/Boatsman must be well-qualified and knowledgeable about fishing for Spring Chinook. A Guide/Boatsman will fish for free but must provide a boat, fishing gear and their expertise.
  • Businesses and individuals may donate event necessities, door prizes and/or cash.
  • Sign up as a Volunteer.
  • Come to the dinner, enjoy the food and festivities and get a t-shirt ($20 donation)
  • Get your raffle tickets to win a trip to Alaska with Fins, Feathers and Furs!


  • Awards include Trophies and Door Prizes.
  • Trophies will be awarded to the top three Teams and for the Biggest Fish.
  • Biggest fish wins a guided fishing trip at the Togiak River Lodge in Alaska!
  • The Team score will be the total inches of salmon landed by the team of two anglers and their guide. Only Spring Chinook landed within a 100 mile radius of Portland (excluding the ocean) will be counted. Fish from daylight until 3:00 p.m. Follow current State Game Regulations.

    Social events: A Jesus Church, 10500 SW Nimbus Ave, Building T, Tigard, OR, 97223

  • 3:00 p.m. Social time begins, fish measuring (deadline 4:00 pm)
  • 4:00 p.m. Dinner Begins
  • 5:00 p.m. Awards/Door Prize/Silent Auction/Raffle
  • 6:30 p.m. Conclusion
  • Directions to the Church
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    • 184 - Mental Injury
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    • 4,929 - Neglect
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    • 64.1% - Reunification
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