Posts Tagged ‘Bainbridge island’

Wild weather over the past few days had whipped the Sound with 30-40kt winds. Rain in excess of 8″ has brought the rivers up to record levels for September. Prior to the storm, fishing for Silvers had been great in the central parts of Puget Sound. Hootchies and flashers fished 30-90′ have produced best.



Fishing on Puget Sound continues to be productive for Coho Salmon, and a few good sized Blackmouth. We have been fishing MA 9 and 10 lately with good results. Orcas have been hunting around in the Sound as well. The Olympic Peninsula rivers are starting to pick up as well. My friend Dylan has published a new book about fishing and foraging in the woods and waters of the Pacific Northwest. This is a great read.




Fishing continues to be great in the central part of Puget Sound. We have been catching a few more Chums lately, as well as Silvers. Flashers and hoochies fished at 90-120′ have produced the best action.

Capt. Matt



  King Salmon action has been very good over the past week or so.  We have been releasing many Kings in MA 10.  Most of the fish have been hitting flashers and 3″ spoons fished at 80-110′ .   We chased them into Elliot bay this morning, where we can keep Kings Friday-Sunday.  King Salmon season opens next friday the 16th.  Coho fishing this year has been slow.  The Coho we are finding have been good size for this time of year. 

This morning in Elliot bay we caught 2 for 4 good fish on.

A nice king from the the bay



Capt. Matt