The East Fork

The East Fork Lewis River has its source in the SW corner of the Gifford Pinchot National Forest. It flows freely through the Clark County countryside and the town of La Center, joining the main Lewis just below Woodland.

The river provides many recreational benefits to the local residents and visitors alike. The East Fork is very popular for steelhead fishing, holding the record for the largest winter run fish. (32 pounds 12 ounces). Activities besides fishing include: camping, picnicking, swimming, kayaking, hiking, and bird watching.

Upscale neighborhoods, houses, and cabins have been built close to it's banks. However, farms and forests prevail. There are magnificent views of Mt. St. Helens. The road runs up and down steep hills and valleys and winds through the forest. It is an exciting drive. Along the way you will notice many horses, cattle, and you may spot some Llamas.

It is easy to get lost while driving, but the entire area is like paradise, so just enjoy the trip and you may end up in Yacolt or Amboy.


Click above to go to Mt. St. Helens Institute

Click here to go to Lewis River Bed and Breakfast.
Click above to go to Lewis River Bed & Breakfast.

Click here to go to the Concerned Citizens web site.
Click above to go to the Concerned Citizens.

Mark McCombs Thanksgiving Day Catch
Mark McComb's Thanksgiving Day Catch
Dave Guiel's Christmas Day Catch
Dave Guiel's Christmas Day Catch

Read local area fishing reports and add your own report.
Click here for LewisRiver.com Fishing Reports

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