What a fantastic Day with a limit of hatchery Chinook (King ) Salmon with Troy, Taylor, Reilly and Aaron all from Seattle. Reilly and Troy are regulars who are very good anglers with great attitudes and the right fishing Karma. This King is the largest of the year and much larger than an average Puget Sound Chinook Salmon. Nice Catch
Here is an article that Mark Yuasa wrote back in 2005 – a super fun story fishing with former Mariners catcher Dan Wilson Despite a season-ending injury, Mariners catcher Dan Wilson continues to make spectacular plays in Seattle. In this case, it wasn’t behind home plate… Despite a season-ending injury, Mariners catcher Dan Wilson continues to make spectacular plays.
We made it out for another exciting week on Puget Sound. There is no shortage of great salmon fishing action going on right now and plenty of other folks have keyed in on this! We fished Marine Area 10, Seattle’s backyard, and found a healthy mix of Coho and Chinook. The fleet was out in full force this weekend, and
This is the beginning of our favorite time of year in Seattle, summer salmon season on beautiful Puget Sound! It’s a time when the salmon start to come home. Shoals of herring can be found around the edges of our large underwater banks that surround Seattle’s marine environs, and draw in Chinook and Coho Salmon for an easy meal. We
I have been fishing the waters of Puget Sound since before my father would let me hold a rod. I always wanted to be a fishing guide since we went fishing with a guide when I was a kid in British Columbia. Since 1992 I have been the only guide in the State of Washington that features both Saltwater Fly
Guide Profile: Fly Fishing Puget Sound with Keith Robbins
Check out this article written by Captain Keith Robbins & Ron Monaco on sageflyfish.com!
Ok get ready Seattle, Chinook (king) Salmon harvest season has just opened with a bang and there have been a great mix of 10-20 pound Hatchery Chinook (king) Salmon and a few into the mid twenties and still some resident Coho (silver) Salmon around as well. It is the most fun time of year if you want the opportunity to
Our boat tours aren’t only about catching fish. Whether you’re on a sightseeing tour or trying your hand at mooching for the first time, you might just see one of these Pacific Northwest animals while on the Puget Sound.
A fishing trip is a great gift for summer holidays. For dads, grads, wedding parties, and any other special occasion, consider a Spot Tail Salmon Guide as your celebration destination!
Confused about the difference between Chinook and Chum? We’re here to help. Here are the five species of salmon you’ll find on the Puget Sound, and how to identify which one you’ve caught!
If you’re out of ideas this Valentine’s Day, consider taking your spouse on a fishing trip or sightseeing tour! Nothing says I love you like a beautiful sunset view on the Puget Sound.
When most people imagine fly fishing, they probably picture a person in waders in a river or stream, placidly flicking their line back and forth. However, fly fishing isn’t limited to moving bodies of fresh water; many have already discovered the joys of saltwater fly fishing. It is similar to freshwater fly fishing, but the prey can be bigger and
Mooching makes for a great day on the water and a lot of fun. This guide will help you prepare for mooching on saltwater (don’t forget your extra sock!).