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 Sat Dec 31, 2005 10:38:13 AM Seattle, Washington
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  matt stll catching fish after more than 10 years with us
these boys have been fishing with me for more than 10 years and they still continue to catch blackmouth with good success.
Dave malcham and his two boys Matt and Chris started fishing with me when the boys were just little tykes at 4 and 6 years old, my how they have grown.
we had a very successful trip with 6 keepers fin clipped, 6 fish released with fin, 6 shalkers and 4 drop off for a total of 22 hook ups. a great day fishing.


 Sun Dec 25, 2005 1:59:52 PM Seattle, Washington
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Kingston produces blackmouth
blackmouth Salmon are biting around the Kingston Ferry lane on the outgoing tide.


 Wed Dec 21, 2005 8:30:03 PM Seattle, Washington
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Whales are an added bonus
Cruising past Possession Point, sun rising, Mount Baker to the North, Cascade Range with snow capped peaks to the left, Mount Rainer glowing like a great big yellow snow cone to the south and all the Olympic Mountains covered in snow to the west. It doesn’t get any better than this.
I had the chance to experience this fantastic view both Friday and Saturday as we were on our way to fish Apple Tree Cove next to the Kingston Ferry.
We landed 2 nice blackmouth keepers and several shakers each day.
The weather was cool but the water was flat calm with sunshine and unlimited visibility.

Saturday about 10 AM The CB call was “Orcas off Point No Point”. If you want to see excitement just let a gal from Minnesota hear that there are Orca Whales in the area. “Let’s go see them now” she shouted. After further investigation I learned the Orcas were south bound along side a tug and barge headed for Seattle. “Why not fish for another hour and the Orcas will be closer” I said. Well that was an interesting hour, the fish were biting, but the chance to see Orcas won out. We were not disappointed as there were 15 to 20 Orcas who put on a great show for us.
“It doesn’t get any better than this”


 Tue Nov 22, 2005 5:32:37 PM Seattle, Washington
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Lisa and McKinzie catch blackmouth
Top notch electronics pay off
The fog was so thick that you had to have radar and good navigation equipment to find the fishing grounds. But boy has it paid off the past few days. The blackmouth fishing is on fire if you can get to the right spot.


 Mon Nov 21, 2005 6:28:28 PM Seattle, Washington
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Jonita Catches the bigest fish of the day as we limit out in 2 hours fishing
Blackmouth salmon attack our lures
As the winds have stopped the fish have arrived on Possession Bar and other noted fishing spots in area 9.
On the outgoing tide the outer bar of Possession bar produced limits for many anglers, best fishing was in 120 to 130 feet of water with the downrigger ball right on bottom.
Favorite lure was a coyote spoon called a frog racer 36 inches behind a two tone coyote flasher with a stripe of red on the flasher. Tomic plugs and other spoons also worked


 Sun Nov 20, 2005 10:22:55 AM Seattle, Washington
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Blackmouth Salmon for Matt, fishing is very good right now
November blackmouth fishing turns on
The weather has decided to cooperate and allow us to fish in the best spots for Blackmouth Salmon and the fish are there and biting.
Possession Bar has been very good this week, with lots of bait and fish that are biting.



 Mon Nov 14, 2005 6:35:50 PM Seattle, Washington
Weekly fish report
Area 9
Finally after what seems like weeks of wind some fishing was available on Possession Bar on Sunday.
Although the reports were not great, there were some fish caught with the biggest being around 8 lbs.
Best fishing was on the incoming tide on the west side of Possession Bar.
Fishing on the deck in 100 to 180 feet of water with coyote spoons or flasher and squid was the best lures.
Remember there is still crabbing allowed in area 9 Wednesday thru Saturday of each week.
One of the better places to crab is in useless bay if the winds will allow.

Area 8.2
Saratoga passage has remained the only spot that has been fishable in these windy conditions. Over the weekend there was several fish taken along the shoreline from Sandy Point to Foxes Spit.
The best baits have been Coyote spoons behind Coyote flashers in 100 to 150 feet of water and fishing very close to the bottom.
Remember only fin clipped fish may be retained in Area 8.2 and Area 8.1


 Wed Oct 26, 2005 7:46:27 PM Seattle, Washington
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Scott and his dad get limits
As we set in to fish Saratoga Passage for blackmouth salmon today I could tell it was going to be a good day. The tide has just changed and the bait was showing on the screen, we quickly lowered the flasher squid on the port downrigger to 100 feet. Then the coyote spoon on the starboard downrigger to 90 feet and finally the Tomic plug on the center Downrigger to 80 feet. We trolled for about ½ mile and the coyote spoon went off, we cleared the other two rigs and after a hard fought battle I slid the net under a good fin clipped blackmouth of 26 inches. I quickly spun the boat around and put the gear back down to 100 feet. In less than 5 minutes we had a double on with one on the flasher squid and one on the Tomic plug. The blackmouth on the Tomic plug came to the boat first and I could see he had his adipose fin intact so I quickly released him, then prepared to net the other fish, this one had his fin clipped so we kept him.
After an hour of so with no more bites I decided that maybe the fish had gone out deeper so started searching in 150 to 160 feet of water where there was good bait.
After letting out enough line to touch bottom in 165 feet of water the Coyote spoon gets a hit and releases. This turns out to be a nice blackmouth of 24 inches with his fin clipped so I give him an attitude adjustment and in the box he goes.
We put the gear back down and on the next pass through the same area the coyote spoon goes off again and this one is fin clipped and is 28 inches long. So we end up with five fish landed and four keepers


 Tue Oct 18, 2005 8:02:36 PM Seattle, Washington
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  Selective Chinook fishing turns good
Area 8.2 produces three nice Blackmouth all fin clipped hatchery Salmon
This is the best day so far since this area has opened for selective fishing on October 1, 2005


 Tue Oct 18, 2005 5:25:29 AM Seattle, Washington
Click to enlarge Click to enlarge  River fishing for Coho produces
The Snohomish River is where the action for Coho has been heating up.
This week Nich has gotten his clients into good numbers of Coho on the River.


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