What Tackle Do You Need When Salmon Fishing From A Kayak? Summer run Chinook salmon season is quickly approaching and I am looking forward to salmon fishing from my kayak. This is my first year really fishing a kayak and every trip is a new adventure, so it took some research to get the kayak [...]
Time To Shrimp Again Summer is fast approaching and that means that it is time to go shrimping! The official notice came out a few days ago. Marine Areas 8-1, 8-2, 9 and 11 are re-opening for recreational coonstripe and pink shrimp fishing, with a 150-foot maximum fishing depth restriction. Marine Area 7 East is [...]
Halibut Fishing And The FWC Curse We aren’t known for catching fish like experts, but we do still like to go fishing. Halibut fishing is something we started doing last year with no success. This year we came back with renewed spirits and all the right gear only to be met by foul ass weather. First [...]
Fantasy Art And Fishing Don’t Normally Mix Usually you don’t see any fantasy art that features or is appropriate for a fishing site, but these shots I ran across today definitely do. I can see my brother going after Pike like these. “We’re gonna need a bigger boat…” Of course I can’t go with out [...]
If You Anchor Your Boat Then An Anchor Puller Is Essential Last year was the first time that the FWC crew took a stab at Puget Sound Halibut fishing. It was a great learning experience. Does that sum up our lack of catching any Halibut well enough. We did learn some things though and one [...]
The WDFW and the Wild Fish Conservancy have set aside their lawsuit for now, agreeing to limit the release of hatchery steelhead into Puget Sound waters while more research is done on how that affects wild steelhead runs.