There were salmon in area 34-27

Discussion in 'Washington Saltwater Fishing Reports' started by fishing fanatic, Jul 10, 2019.

  1. fishing fanatic

    fishing fanatic Well-Known "Member"

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    jason
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    Nephew and brother with a nice one 7CBA46D2-85AF-4B1C-98D6-119F173140C2.jpeg 8 fish to hand, lost two others. Tons of bait, a few with that extra fin. Got the nephew reeling on the knuckle busters. Damn fun day

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  2. Cwillis

    Cwillis Sometimes you're top boat...sometimes you're not.

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    Casey
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    I recognize that cloud in the background. Will be fishing it shortly. :) Nice work with the kiddos.
     
  3. Sea Sport

    Sea Sport Made in Washington

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    Chuck Masonic
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    Gettim started early, eh? Gotta love it!
     
  4. Bob Woods

    Bob Woods Newbie

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    Bob Woods
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    Great job you guys getting the young man out there and using a knuckle buster to boot! Got my wife out on the Allied at Neahbay but we used levelwind reels.
     
  5. Tomictime

    Tomictime Crusty Old Salt

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    Jim
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    right on !!!!! a 1:1 retriever and a palm drag builds life skills and an appreciation for the quarry !!!!!
     
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  6. RatherBfishN

    RatherBfishN Gone Coastal

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    Phil
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    Must be a new sub area...
    Nice catches!
     
  7. deepsnow

    deepsnow Newbie

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    Wes
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    Hey Jason! Haven’t seen either one of you in a few years. I am out on Orcas now, send me a text if you are in the area. Let’s have a few beers.
    -Wes
     
  8. fishing fanatic

    fishing fanatic Well-Known "Member"

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    5C3AD14A-2BF5-48BD-9299-1098DFC0759F.jpeg There were a couple more around yesterday. Lost a few others. Was a nice one out there
     
  9. blindpig

    blindpig Member

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    Erik
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    You must know what you are doing. We couldn't see all morning in the fog, somebody stole 2 of our shrimp pots and we never saw a net fly at either of the 2 "hot spots" we had been hearing about. 14.5 hrs on the water, not one bite and 8 prawns out of the 2 pots we had left. Fish checker at Cornet said she had checked 2 fish all day and we were damn close to the last ones in the lot. Crappy day...
     
  10. richardp

    richardp I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    Richard
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    There are no kings in MA7
     
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  11. blindpig

    blindpig Member

    Location:
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    For us on this day there certainly weren't. Or area 6. Just fog and pot thieves.
     

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