Westport Squid?

Discussion in 'Washington Fishing Reports' started by DaKanati, Nov 27, 2015.

  1. DaKanati

    DaKanati Captain

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    Anybody out there ever hear of people trying for squid off the docks in the marina? Im going to be down there for a few days chasing late season elk during the day and thought maybe there might be something to do in the evening.
     
  2. wdlfbio

    wdlfbio Once you go Cat, you never go back

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    Do you not need sleep? Damn. :)
     
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  3. DaKanati

    DaKanati Captain

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    crickets....probably no squid. Guess Ill have to just drink beer!
     
  4. Hunter Dan

    Hunter Dan I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    I would hazard a guess that there is too much fresh water in Grays Harbor and the Westport boat basin to hold squid. The muddy brown fresh water that pukes outta the Duwamish and Snohomish push the squid around in the sound after every bad rain, I can't see them moving into an estuary.
     
  5. Clockwork

    Clockwork I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    Few years ago hundreds maybe thousands of humboldts floated in there and wound up dead on shores of the boat basin.
     
  6. Hunter Dan

    Hunter Dan I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    Yeah, the cold fresh water killed em! That was an oddball event for sure.
     
  7. oldschool 1

    oldschool 1 Night Watchman .

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    Nope... no squids.
     
  8. Badfish Pat

    Badfish Pat Average size "Member"

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    I've never caught a salmon out there with squid in its belly...
     
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  9. Fog Ducker!

    Fog Ducker! Misanthropical member

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    No squid, no salmon, no tuna in WP!

    Try the Everett navel base, hear there are lots of squids there!

    Ducker!
     
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  10. TwoTapPat

    TwoTapPat Oh ya that's jazzy

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    Fify . I'm sure that's what you meant to say
     
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  11. Fog Ducker!

    Fog Ducker! Misanthropical member

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    You ain't deaf and I don't stutter!
    :Exploding_Smiley:

    Ducker!
     
  12. TunaHore

    TunaHore World Champion Boat Ho

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    I wouldn't eat anything I caught in a marina. I have seen too many lazy liveaboard who pump there septic at night into the marina instead of floating their boat to pumpout, plus fuel, etc.

    but I bet you could jig up plenty of herring with a sabiki rig
     

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