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10 Year Puget Sound Salmon Plan Ignores Science!

   Below is a letter Darryl Sanford, Sequim resident and North Olympic Peninsula Puget Sound Angler member wrote in response regarding current policy and problems with the proposed 10 year Puget Sound Salmon Plan. Also note, Darrly, and his twin … Continue reading

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Letter To WDFW Director, Jim Unsworth About Fishing For Salmon in Canada

Director Unsworth, Our current and past fishing regulation pamphlet reads as follows: “It is unlawful to possess in marine waters or land into Washington any fresh salmon taken for personal use from Canadian waters unless such salmon meet current salmon … Continue reading

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Breaking News — How to Keep Canadian Caught Salmon Legally

I just spoke with WDFW Sergeant, Kit Rosenberger who clarified what we need to do to legally fish for salmon in Canada waters and bring them back to our home port when our area is closed to the taking of … Continue reading

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Can You Catch & Keep Salmon In Canadian Waters?

Here’s the latest information on what you need to do to legally fish in British Columbia Canada waters. Purchase your B.C. Tidal Waters Fishing License. You can purchase it in B.C. at a dealer or go online and purchase your … Continue reading

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2016 Puget Sound Salmon Season Might Not Happen

As of April 15th 2016,  after heated negotiations between tribal fisheries managers and WDFW there will not be any sport fishing for salmon in Puget Sound or the Strait of Juan de Fuca this coming summer and Fall. For the … Continue reading

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Steelhead Fishing on Hoh River With Guide Pat Neal

April is a great time to experience some of the best steelhead fishing in the world, on the Olympic Peninsula’s Hoh River. Yesterday, April 9th, friend Robert and I joined famed steelhead guide, Pat Neal for a 10 mile float … Continue reading

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Honesty & “Encounters” Will Likely Close Area 6 Early

Last Friday Area six salmon fishing rules changed from two fin clipped 22-inch or bigger Chinook to just one fish. When the WDFW sent out their press release, they noted that anglers had already reached 71% of allowable “encounters.” In … Continue reading

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