Shop The Best Salmon & Steelhead Fishing Gear & Tackle

At FishUSA, we have all of the salmon and steelhead fishing gear you need to head to your favorite stream well-prepared. Our salmon and steelhead fishing selection includes everything from rods and reels, lures, and accessories – plus waders and other outerwear to stay warm and dry in the harshest of elements. Find the best salmon fishing gear for sale at FishUSA today!

Spinning Rods Spinning Rods

Spinning Rods

Casting Rods Casting Rods

Casting Rods

Trolling Rods Trolling Rods

Trolling Rods

Beads Beads


Casting Spoons Casting Spoons

Casting Spoons

hard baits hard baits

hard baits

Inline Spinners  Inline Spinners

Inline Spinners

Jarred & Cured Baits Jarred & Cured Baits

Jarred & Cured Baits

Jig Heads Jig Heads

Jig Heads

Jigs Jigs


Lure Components Lure Components

Lure Components

Scents & Cures Scents & Cures

Scents & Cures

Soft Baits Soft Baits

Soft Baits

Trolling Rigs / Flies Trolling Rigs / Flies

Trolling Rigs / Flies

Trolling Spoons Trolling Spoons

Trolling Spoons

Pacific Northwest Pacific Northwest

Pacific Northwest

Salmon and steelhead fishing constitutes a range of approaches and methods, which vary as much as the waters where you can find these fish. Pacific salmon species, including Chinook salmon (King salmon) and sea-going Coho salmon, are anadromous, meaning they hatch in freshwater streams and rivers and then migrate to the ocean to feed and grow. They are found throughout the western U.S., Canadian Pacific Northwest, and Japan. In North America's vast Pacific Northwest region, anglers troll fabled saltwater fisheries with equipment that can withstand the harshness of a saltwater environment. Spend time around PNW anglers, and you'll see a seemingly never-ending assortment of flashers, spoons, hootchies, and bait doctored with scents and dyes that can all bring fish to your bait and boat. These trolling techniques are employed in freshwater fisheries as well, most notably for Great Lakes salmon. Wild steelhead trout, like salmon, return to their natal streams or rivers to spawn in late summer or early fall. In these freshwater tributaries, anglers employ various light tackle, including spinning gear, centerpins, and fly fishing rods and reels. Whether your goal is to catch and release or keep a few for the smoker from the Salmon River nearest you, it's hard to beat the thrill when you set the hook on a salmon or steelhead.