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Trip Schedule 8/7 – 8/21

Hi there folks, we’ve had a fair number of single spot cancelations on tuna trips for one reason or another, so there are more tuna trips coming up with room available than we had before. I’m listing all trips that are available with one or more spots left:

Sunday 8/7 – Half day Salmon (1 spot) & Afternoon Rockfish
Monday 8/8 – Afternoon Rockfish & Afternoon 2 hour Whale Watch
Tuesday 8/9 – Half day Rockfish (2 spots)
Wednesday 8/10 – 12 hour Tuna (6 spots) & 12 hour Tuna (1 spot)
Thursday 8/11 – 12 hour Tuna (2 spots) & 10 hour Rockfish/Salmon Combo (2 spots)
Friday 8/12 – Half day Salmon & Half day Rockfish (2 spots)
Sunday 8/14 – 12 hour Tuna (1 spot), Half day Rockfish & Afternoon Rockfish
Monday 8/15 – Half day Rockfish
Tuesday 8/16 – 12 hour Tuna (4 spots)
Wednesday 8/17 – Full day Rockfish (1 spot)
Thursday 8/18 – 12 hour Tuna (1 spot) & Half day Rockfish
Friday 8/19 – 12 hour Tuna (2 spots)
Sunday 8/21 – 12 hour Tuna (1 spot) & 12 hour Tuna (5 spots)

Any tuna fishermen looking to get on a trip on a weekend, please be warned the only weekend (Sat/Sun) date we have available is the 21st until we hit September.

Please give us a call if you want to claim your place on a trip or have any questions! Thanks!

541-265-6800 or 1-866-465-6801

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6 Responses to "Trip Schedule 8/7 – 8/21"

  1. John says:

    Hi, I’m new to Oregon fishing. Please tell me the cost of Half Day rock fish boat and 12-hour tuna boat.
    Thanks,
    John

  2. Lauren says:

    Hi John, a half day rock fishing trip is $70 per person. The 12 hour tuna trip is $210 per person plus a $10 fuel surcharge right now. We take up to 15 fisherman on rock and up to 10 on tuna. If you’re interested in reserving a whole boat please call the office for a quote: 541-265-6800

  3. domino says:

    Hello i just want to know when is the next trip for halibut. . And how much is per person

  4. Lauren says:

    Hi, Unfortunately Halibut is closed for the rest of the year except for inside 40 fathoms which we don’t often have much luck with. Halibut is a 12 hour trip and $185 per person.

  5. alexander says:

    Hello
    I live in Pasadena California this will be my first time going up to Oregon.I am an avid saltwater fisherman and love the sport so I would like to go fishing but I can’t make up my mind to go either tuna fishing or to try for Salmon fishing which I have never done before.I only have one day to enjoy the fishing what would you recommend?What tackle should I bring reels rods weights hooks also should I bring?
    Thanks

  6. Lauren says:

    You might be able to decide based on how long you’re interested in being out on the water. Our Salmon trips are either 6 or 8 hours and our tuna trips are 12 hours. The salmon trips run between $85 and $115 while a tuna trip is $210 per person. Usually avid fishermen really enjoy the tuna trips as so many of them are able to go for a lot of salmon fishing in the rivers in the area, so when they ocean fish they go for other species. However, the upcoming September 1-10 salmon season is highly anticipated to be great fishing, so it’s really depending on what you prefer to catch and what you prefer to eat! I can’t answer all the tackle questions for you, but I recommend you send us an email through our contact form on our website and we’ll have one of our captains answer those questions for you. Thanks!