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Salmon fishing has been great on Puget Sound this year. We are catching limits of Salmon daily. Hootchies and Flashers fished at 50′ has been good for Kings. The Pink Salmon are starting to show in good numbers.

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It’s been a good season for harvesting! Lings and kings have been on the menu lately. Ling fishing has been as good as it gets in local areas.

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Cheers
Capt Matt
http://www.tyeecharters.net

Lingcod fishing has been great over the past few weeks. Limits have been the norm on past trips. Live bait has worked best, yet we’ve caught some nice fish on jigs as well. Spot Prawn season ends tomorrow. It was a great couple days, with colossal sized prawns (9-11) per lb. we’re going to get what’s left of em tomorrow. Ling season runs through June 15.

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Old Grouse has been busy the past few weeks in Sappho. He drums up a whirl wind every time I open the front door. Dogwoods, Salmon berries, skunk cabbage, are all in bloom. This is a good indicator of Spring Kings entering the area rivers. We have had some up and down fishing this year. Early summer runs and a few Chinook are working up the rivers.
It’s time again for voting on Best of Northwest. We would really appreciate you voting for Tyee Charters as best of Northwest fishing charter! Tyee Charters has been nominated for the BEST Fishing Charter on the Best of Northwest Escapes: http://ctvr.us/tyeecharters

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Happy New Year! Great fishing over the past few weeks is promising for good fishing to come. We have had some good fishing on the Olympic Peninsula streams for Steelhead. Floats and Jigs, and side drifting bait have produced best for me. Blackmouth fishing in Puget Sound has been very good. Flashers and spoons have worked well.

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Cheers
Capt. Matt
http://www.tyeecharters.net

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We have had great fishing lately for Blackmouth on Puget Sound. Blackmouth are immature Chinook. They tend to average 22-27″ but larger fish into the high teens and over 20lbs are caught each year locally. This fishery tends to pick up in the winter months, and good fishing now is promising for good fishing to come. The Peninsula streams have been hot and cold for Chinook and Coho.

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We’re getting our first shot of rain in over 2 months today. To say the least our rivers and woods are dried up. The predicted weather over the next week should send the salmon scurrying up the creeks.
A group of students sent me a link to a knot tying guide. I found it useful, and I hope you do as well.
http://www.investintech.com/content/fishingknottech/
Matt