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.
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!).
The newest addition to the Salmon Guide “fleet” is a 257 Grady White Center console with a twin 150 Yamaha. Quiet and clean, equipped with four stroke engines and Raymarine GPS, sonar and radar. This is Captain Keith’s third Grady White and he has been part of the Grady White family since 1993. The new boats name is Edlana and she will handle everything
The Pacific Northwest is home to some amazing natural features that attract millions of tourists each year, but after the trip to Pike Place Market and the Space Needle, you may be looking for something new to do during your next visit to Seattle. If you’re ready to get out of your comfort zone and experience some of the signature
There’s nothing like a day spent on the water with friends, mother nature, and a bunch of fish. That being said, that much time spent in the boat can wear anybody out, so once you’ve packed up the gear for the day, be sure to check out a few local favorites and skip the tourist traps to make the most
Mooching is our specialty. If you’re interested learning this technique, our spot tail salmon guides would be happy to teach you!
Checkout this video and learn a bit about mooching from our fearless leader, Captain Keith Robbins.