Geo Duck

Discussion in 'Washington Fishing Reports' started by sgwill122, Jun 12, 2018.

  1. sgwill122

    sgwill122 I've posted enough I should edit this section

    Location:
    Redmond/WA/USA
    Name:
    Stephen
    Boat:
    'Lady Karen' 28 Duckworth Offshore
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    Anybody know of a beach in the San Juans to find a Geo Duck? I wanted to try and dig one with the family this weekend. Send me a PM if you prefer. Thanks!
     
  2. sealskinner

    sealskinner Retired Pimp

    Location:
    in the Hood
    Name:
    Mike
    Boat:
    Franks ho
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    Donkey dick clam.
     
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  3. FVSerenity

    FVSerenity Captain

    Location:
    The Salt
    Name:
    Rod
    Boat:
    22' Duckworth FVSerenity, 2502 Trophy FVHappyHours
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    Geo cash!

    Is this a sly way of asking if there are any gay bars in the SJ?

    :frehya2:
     
  4. robodad

    robodad BullShitoligest

    Location:
    Port Angeles
    Name:
    Allen
    Boat:
    26' Olympic XLF
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    Experience ?
     
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  5. hawksfan75

    hawksfan75 More questions than answers

    Location:
    Kent, WA USA
    Name:
    Eric
    Boat:
    Hydra Sports 2200 DC
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    Whoa, -2 through -3.5 this week...
     
  6. Walker Inc.

    Walker Inc. I've posted enough I should edit this section

    Location:
    Gig Harbor, WA
    Name:
    Patrick Walker
    Boat:
    33 ft. Coldwater Walkaround
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    Purdy spit is loaded. Lots of diggers too
     
  7. EJ Swanny

    EJ Swanny I've posted enough I should edit this section

    Location:
    Redondo/WA
    Name:
    Erik
    Boat:
    "Riley-J" 2006 21' Proline Tourney
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    I was looking as well. We'll be up at Orcas for a few weeks in July during the minus cycle. My honey-hole down south here has a long run of sand/crab-grass. So check the charts for a shallow bay/flats with sand. It should hold them. Usually I don't bother in less than a minus 3'. You'll need a steel tube to keep the walls from collapsing in......
     

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