you chose to fish with service you might
want to book a trip to for fish huge
King (Chinook) Salmon that may reach
50 pounds in the fall. Although rare
we do catch fish that are at that mark
or very close every year. Our average
Coastal Chinook weight is just about
23 pounds. Without a doubt these are
my favorite fish to target.
with Chinook we would be targeting Silver
(Coho) Salmon. They don't get as large
but are know as much for their fighting
ability as they are for table fair.
These hard fighting great tasting fish
average a solid 8 pounds with enough
fish in the high teens to low 20's to
keep thing interesting.
the hard fighting Dog (Chum) Salmon
into the mix and your arms may be tired
at the end of the day.
Chinook have become one of my favorites
Salmon to fish for most say there is
not a salmon out there that can compare
to a fresh Spring Chinook on the barbeque.
These fish begin their journey up our
rivers in late March and continue into
June. Spring Kings (Chinook) don't get
as large as the fall Chinook but are
every bit as strong if not stronger
than their fall brothers and sisters.
Known as being one of the toughest Salmon
to catch, going on and off the bite
several times a day, biting one kind
of bait or lure one day and not wanting
a thing to do with it again for days.
We can help you learn to catch these
late July thru September of odd numbered
years Humpies (Pink Salmon) converge
on Puget Sound streams by the millions.
These small hard fighting aggressive
little salmon can be caught in huge
numbers on light tackle in many streams
within minutes of the Seattle, Tacoma,
Everett areas. These fish are an absolute
blast and are seldom a let down in numbers
of fish hooked and landed in a day.
Shear numbers equals fun for all.
on where the fishing is best we could
be fishing one of many rivers or lakes
in the area, here's a list of a few.
River, Satsop River, Wynoochee River,
Chehalis River, Lewis River, Skykomish
River, Snohomish river, Clearwater River,
Snoqualmie River, Skagit River, Columbia
River, Cowlitz River, Drano Lake , Nisqually
and Green River.