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Fishing Update & Available Trips This Week 9/21-9/30

FISHING UPDATE & AVAILABLE TRIPS THIS WEEK 9/21-9/30 The near shore rock fish limit has increased to 5 rock fish and 2 lingcod per person! We will be running some more long leader rock fish trips this season. Crabbing is still open. It’s slowed a bit in the ocean, but bay crabbing has picked up and we averaged 7 per person yesterday on a 3 hour bay crab trip. Look below for upcoming trips this week! Friday 9/21 — 1/2 Day Rock Fish — Full Saturday 9/22 — 6 Hr. Long Leader Rock Fish — 5 Spots Open Sunday 9/23 — 1/2 Day Rock Fish — 11 Spots Open Monday 9/24 — 8 Hr. Long Leader Rock Fish — 5 Spots Open Tuesday 9/25 — 1/2 Day Rock Fish — 11 Spots Open Wednesday 9/26 — 1/2 … Read entire article »

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Fishing Update 8/22/18

FISHING UPDATE: 8/22/2018 The CrackerJack went out on a 6 hour long leader rock fish trip today. They limited all 11 people (10 fish each) and limited on crab for everyone (12 crab each). Great day! We have room next Monday and Thursday for the 6 hour trip. The price is $110 per adult. Half price for children 12 and under. Crabbing can be added for $20 extra. We fish only 12 people on this trip. Salmon fishing has stayed consistent with a lot of fish being caught. There are a lot of salmon being brought on board with some limits being kept. It’s a lot of fun lately and you have a great change of getting some beautiful salmon. We offer 6 and 8 hour trips. Crabbing can also be added. … Read entire article »

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Upcoming Trips

We still have room on our 1/2 day rock fish trip this Wednesday March 21st. We leave at 8am and return between 1pm and 2pm. You can also add a crab pot! We are also running rock fishing and ocean crabbing/whale watching trips everyday next week for spring break! Please call the office at 541-265-6800 or visit our website at www.yaquinabaycharters.com to make reservations. … Read entire article »

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Fishing Update 10/11/17

We’ve had a lot of questions about what we can fish for this time of year. These flyers from the Department of Fish and Wildlife gives a good explaination. We are offering two types of trips in October. We have an 8 hour off shore long leader trip. The price is $125 per person. We also have a 5 hour Petrale Sole and Sanddab trip. The price is $80 per adult and $40 for children 12 and under. Crabbing can be added to either trip for $20 extra until Oct. 15th. Ocean crabbing will be closed from Oct. 16th to Nov. 30th. … Read entire article »

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FISHING UPDATE 9/16/17

FISHING UPDATE 9/15/2017 It’s been a great rock fish season this year, unfortunately, due to the quota being met the Department of Fish and Wildlife is closing the rock fish season starting Sunday 9/17 at midnight. We still have availability on Sunday from 7am to 12pm if you are interested. We are going to be running Sand Dab and Petrole Sole trips in the Fall. What are Sand Dab and Petrole Sole? They are flat fish that live in the sandy parts of the ocean. Their meat is white and mild in flavor. The trips are 5 hours and $80 per adult and $40 per child. You can add crabbing for $20 extra. Please call our office at 541-265-6800 to check availability and make reservations. Thanks! … Read entire article »

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All Depth Halibut Update 9/9/17

The all depth (off shore) halibut season has been extended another weekend. It will be open September 15th and 16th. The CrackerJack still has room on Friday the 15th for the 12 hour trip. The price is $205 per person and includes crabbing. The 6 pack boat the Jana Sea has 3 spots open on Friday the 15th and 4 spots open on Saturday the 16th. The price for the Jana Sea is $240 per person and also includes crabbing. To make reservations please contact our office at 541-265-6800 or press the book now button. … Read entire article »

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