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Schedule and Salmon Update

Well ODFW couldn’t make up their minds for a while, but we’re sure happy they did and found in our favor! The non-selective salmon season is now September 1-10 ALL DAYS, not just Thurs-Sat like it was before, AND we now have a quota of 5,600 fish instead of 3,000. That season is shaping up to be a really great time if you’re going to be in the area!

This week we have 3 spots available on tuna on Wednesday, 6 spots on Saturday and 1 spot on Sunday. We also have several spaces available on Thursday for opening day Salmon and Friday for a 6 hour Salmon.

Don’t forget to find us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/yaquinabaycharters to become a fan and see what other fans have to say about us as well as see lots of photos from previous trips.

Give us a call at the office if you have any questions! 541-265-6800 or 1-866-465-6801

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