Posts Tagged ‘Washington fishing trips’

I hope you all had a great Thanksgiving! We have had much to be thankful for, and for one your support and company is at top of Tyee Charters list. We have had a great showing of resident and transient Orcas over the past few weeks. Some of the shows have left us slack jawed and breathless. Winter Blackmouth fishing has been very good for us. Mostly fishing in the central parts of MA 10, but some good days as well in MA 9. Flashers and 3.5″ Kingfisher spoons have produced best.

Capt. Matt

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It’s been a great season for Steelhead fishing on the O.P.. A day on one of the many Forks area rivers could produce a fish of a lifetime. Pick your method and go find some chrome!

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Fishing has been up and down since the chinook opener on the 16th. Some very nice fish have been taken, but just one of those opening weeks where the fish are off schedule. Great reports in the north parts of puget sound one day and rite in the back 40 the next. We found a pair of migratory variety coho on the other day, may bode well for a local run. Plugs, spoons, and hootchies have all produced. A trolled Cut plug herring on a 3-5 oz has been hot at times, old school motor mooching has been the way to go.

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The past few weeks of fishing on the Peninsula have been outstanding. Many first time fisher folk catching their first steelhead. We have been having good fluctuation in water, providing good passage for Steelhead and a few Spring Chinook. The latter of the two will be showing more frequently in the upcoming months. We have LingCod and Spot Prawns on tap as well in May.

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A little break in the wind provided a window to get out and do some Salmon fishing. I have been finding good action this season in the southern parts of MA 10. 4″ spoons behind flashers have produced best. Some very nice have been hitting the decks lately, with very few other anglers out on the water. We have til the end of the month for this local fishery.

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

Cheers

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Winter steelhead fishing has been very good on the Olympic peninsula rivers.  We have been targeting hatchery steelhead in the Hoh and Bogachiel rivers with great success.  Side drifting, float fishing, fly fishing have all produced well.

Winter king salmon fishing (blackmouth). Has been very good at times in marine area 10.  Flashers and spoons fished in and around the bait has been producing some good  Blackmouth.

  Hatchery fish are on the move through Puget Sound.  Lets hope this keeps up for the opener.  We have had some days that rival any of the best fishing in AK or BC.   Flashers and spoons have produced best.

Lots of Hatchery fish

A great Northwest tradition.