Dave Shorett | It’s Better to Release than Not Fish at All
…Keith Robbins, a die-hard salmon fisherman and operator of a catch-and-release fly and mooching charter on Puget Sound, probably knows more about salmon in Puget Sound than anyone else…
William Ruckelshaus, Gerald Grinstein celebrate 80th birthdays with salmon-fishing trip
How do the first head of the Environmental Protection Agency and former CEO of Delta Air Lines and Burlington Northern Railroad celebrate their 80th birthdays?
How about wetting a line for kings in central Puget Sound.
Crabbers gearing up for season, and early sockeye numbers promising
I left the dock at Shilshole Bay Thursday with veteran mooching angler Keith Robbins, owner of A Spot Tail Salmon Guide in Seattle, and headed north to survey the Jefferson Head area…
Chinook still not creating excitement
The Grady White Salmon Derby was Sunday… The winning fish was caught by Keith Robbins, owner of A Spot Tail Salmon Guide in Seattle, with an 11.1-pound hatchery chinook caught on the west side of Possession Bar.
Ex-Mariner Jay Buhner scores as big with reel as with bat
Buhner looks as fit as he did belting homers while recently casting a newly released Sage One 6-weight fly rod from the bow of the boat… “That is seven fish, if you’re counting,” said a beaming Buhner to Keith Robbins, owner of A Spot Tail Salmon Guides…
Storm’s Lauren Jackson still hooked on fishing
Earlier this month, Jackson joined Keith Robbins, owner of A Spot Tail Salmon Guide in Seattle, for a day of salmon fishing on Puget Sound, and it didn’t take long for her to get hooked.
Anglers already pulling in kings
“We released two adult kings (on Monday) and got five on Sunday, and it has been good for about a week now,” said Keith Robbins, owner of A Spot Tail Salmon Guide in Seattle.
Salmon catch still cooking on Columbia
“The king bite was good at Point No Point, but then it slowed down (by Tuesday and Wednesday),” said Keith Robbins, owner of A Spot Tail Salmon Guide in Seattle.