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Fishing Update for 9/2 and 9/3

FISHING UPDATE!
The coho salmon season opened up on Saturday Sept. 2nd. The Gracie K had a great day with limits for all ten people on board and a lot of crab caught too. The Jana Sea also have a fabulous trip for salmon and rock fish. They limited on rock fish, salmon and crab for the 5 fishermen. The CrackerJack had early limits for rock fish with 8-10 crab per person.
On Sunday Sept. 3rd the CrackerJack caught limits of salmon for all on board. The Gracie K has limits of rock fish for all 16 people. The Jana Sea came home with a limit of salmon as well.
We’ll keep you posted on fishing throughout the weekend.
The salmon season will last until the end of September or until the quota is reached. We suggest booking your salmon trips early in the month. To book trips you can call our office at 541-265-6800 or press the book now button.

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