Dungeness Spit Salmon Fishing Map

dungeness spit

Dungeness Spit offers a long troll with little to no competition. As far as I know only a few anglers fish this area. If more anglers fished here more blackmouth would be caught. This is a great place to troll on an outgoing tide from the buoy area all the way to Green Point. Or if starting at Green Point you can troll with the current all the way to the end of the spit. Trolling here is not my first choice of locations but could be a great choice when other areas lack fish or have too many anglers.

Look for bait and keep your baits or lures close to the bottom, within 10 feet for maximum effectiveness. If you don’t see any bait or salmon marks on your sonar unit after a full length troll move to another location. If you do see bait or salmon marks work the area and troll the 90 to 120 foot contour line.

Best Tides: high or low

Best depths: 90 to 120-feet.

Best methods: trolling within 5 to 10-feet of bottom.

Best trolling lures: mini FAT Squids, Squiddy Squids, Coho Killers, Kingfisher Spoons and Floochies.

Boat launches: Best access is from John Wayne Marina,  Ediz Hook launch or  Port of Port Angles launch.

About John L. Beath

John Beath is a writer, photographer, videographer, blogger, tackle manufacturer & Captain at Whaler's Cove Lodge in Southeast Alaska. He is also owner of www.halibut.net and host at Lets Talk Outdoors @ www.youtube.com/jbeath
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