barkley sound...oh so nice

Discussion in 'Washington Saltwater Fishing Reports' started by fishing fanatic, Aug 29, 2010.

  1. fishing fanatic

    fishing fanatic Well-Known "Member"

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    Alger, WA
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    jason
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    well guys the pics will come soon but the report is this...weather=A+ , Kings=A++ silvers=C, halibut=B-, ling cod=f 42lb was our biggest and all kept were above 25lb. so many native silvers but very few hatchery. halis were the 30lb range and where the lings were this year i dont know... we got 1. lure of dominance was the 6inch titan mongoose spoon at 65ft and trolling at 3.7knots GPS.:Dynamite::2gunsfiring_v1::finger:
     
  2. Slabby20

    Slabby20 Newbie

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    Ken
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    By the sounds of it you did most of your fishing offshore. Anything happening inside? That Robertson Creek run that comes inside has really tailed off in the last few years. It seems to have changed to mostly an offshore show. Too bad because it was nice to get fish in mill pond conditions inside too.
     
  3. fishing fanatic

    fishing fanatic Well-Known "Member"

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    everything was outside.7 to 35 miles offshore but for the most part the ocean looked like lake washington.
     
  4. fshwithnoeyes

    fshwithnoeyes Newbie

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    Nice work Jason, can't wait to see the pics.

    -Gabe in Bham
     

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