Discussion in 'Washington Fishing Reports' started by Ducky Duckworth, Jun 27, 2018.
This is a 1 day snap shot for June 26th. Who's going to be the guinea pig?
I told ya, I’ve got a feelin
Mark Coleman was and he returned last night with fish 40 nm from Westport.
No he didn’t. He’s in Newport. Closest fish to Westport was a hair over 100 miles.
I heard he caught them right off the south jetty.
You mean he lied on Facebook? SOB!!!!!!!!
TO CORRECT SPELLING! dAMN sPELL cHECK ON YOUR PHONE. And yes I am typing this from my work puter. Planes to dispatch!
40 nm was your wet dream. Not 2015 anymore
Might be a good year. In my recollection the years when they show up in early to mid June they then end up staying off the Oregon Coast the rest of the summer whereas the years when they show up in early to mid July they have stuck around a reasonable distance from westport for the summer.
Judging by that map I would estimate we won't see numbers worth targeting by private boats until mid july.
By July 6-7th. Newport kids picked up a few this week.
I nominate you Ducky Duckworth to do a test run for us all...
I'm willing to be the test dummy on the best weather day of July 12-15th. I have those days reserved from the wife for tuna.
You will probably be to late to be a tester by then, they will have been found before that...lol
Do it Curt!
Do I get credit for offering.
I do love tuna and I’m ready to run! but I HAVE to get some salmon first!
To keep my wife happy
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