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Winding down

8_29_09-007We had a a great weekend here chasing tuna and bottom fish! The Crackerjack brought in 27 tuna on Friday and 30 on Saturday before returning close to the shoreline on Sunday for bottom fish. The Sea Quell has been doing well on sea bass in the mornings, but the fishing in the afternoon was a little slower. This week it looks like going for sea bass is still going to be better fishing than salmon. We are hearing of some fish down south that are coming our way, so our new 7,000 coho quota starting tomorrow may come in handy in a week or so.

The beginning of September is the end of our busy season and labor day weekend is our last big push for the summer season, but weekends are often still pretty full throughout September. Weekdays have more availability, though, if you’re looking for short notice trips without the crowds. We will still be running tuna and bottom fishing trips as long as the weather allows, and as soon as salmon picks up again we can go for them through September 30th back at the previous 2 fish limit.

Give us a call with any questions! 541-265-6800

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