Albacore charter in Washington

Discussion in 'Washington Fishing Reports' started by Fish Slapper, Jan 11, 2016.

  1. Fish Slapper

    Fish Slapper I would love to be your Captain for a day!

    Location:
    Tacoma,Wa
    Name:
    Mark
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    30 Ft "Pacific Addiction". 26.5 ft Alumaweld Columbia "Turbos Palace"
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    If anyone is interested in a albacore (or other fish) charter in Washington please check out my website. I sincerely produce allot of fish especially albacore, I have over a 35 fish per trip average for the season and I specialize in live bait...its like "crack" I assure you.....you can ask about me on the Wa board but it was suggested I post here as well in case you guys want to come up and slay some albies.

    Markyoungbloodsportfishing.com
     
  2. pascuale

    pascuale Well-Known "Member"

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    Tampa/San Diego
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    Ethan
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    nope
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    Thanks Mark!
     
  3. BlueSashimi

    BlueSashimi Member

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    D
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    I checked out your website. Quick question, for albacore trips, we head out from Ilwaco?
     
  4. Tower Todd

    Tower Todd Number #2

    Location:
    Touring the Pacific Ocean at 12 knots
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    Todd S.
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    274' Long Range
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    Mark runs one of the most bad ass boats on the boats in WA & OR and is totally dialed for offshore fishing. You won't go wrong.
    TT
     
  5. Arima-bob

    Arima-bob Ship faced aquaholic

    Location:
    Too far from water
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    Beeulzebob
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    uh....
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    But all the Washington guys say there's no albacore there...?
     
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  6. ☆THRASHER☆

    ☆THRASHER☆ Thrashing Some Rods.

    Location:
    Renton WA
    Name:
    Jason Champion
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    GW 272 sailfish
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    Mark knows where they are. This is his new full time business. He's a well-known badass.
     
  7. c-goat

    c-goat HELL BENT FOR FEATHER

    Location:
    santee ca.
    Name:
    Bill
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    08 DEFIANCE 220 ex Sheri-Moon
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    Rumor has it that albies are going to make a breif showing in so. cal.this season.
    A little better next year.
    2018 is supossed to peak with real good fishin.
    Ive got my fingers crossed.
     
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  8. ☆THRASHER☆

    ☆THRASHER☆ Thrashing Some Rods.

    Location:
    Renton WA
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    Jason Champion
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    NOPE
     
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  9. Reel hip

    Reel hip Meet my "Well known Member"

    Location:
    San Diego
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    Doug
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    25ft Skipjack fly
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    I'm going to be up there in mid july. How far is seabeck from you?

     
  10. wdlfbio

    wdlfbio Once you go Cat, you never go back

    Location:
    maple valley, wa
    Name:
    laurence
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    2017 LUMACAT 28' Sport
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    Doesn't really matter whether Mark takes his rig outta ilwaco or Westport. The bastard finds his clients plenty of fish. Hell, he even places pretty damn well in the WA Tuna Classic fishing with mostly Wounded Warriors.
     
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  11. spize909

    spize909 Well-Known "Member"

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    i.e.
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    jeff
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    I chartered the Fury in June and have one coming up again in Sept. I mentioned to Capt. Rick after the June trip that I was "expecting" tuna for the Sept. trip. He said there was albacore talk and that some thought we may see them before the season's over. Water's awfully warm but if you look outside a little, there is definitely water that could hold the albies.

    Hijack over.
    We may head up to Washington next summer to finally visit some friends and I will keep you in mind!
     

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