Quick salmon question?????

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Yep.

But I'm not chasing those nasty dark things lol...sea lice on ice! It'll be October soon
 
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If the ocean ever wanted to play nice from now until September is a great time for fat greasy ocean Coho. :) We start trolling for herring in the rivers September first and almost always catch one the first trip of the year. So in theory its Salmon season now.
BEAVERFAN . You snacking on some BABAAY ROOOOF ?
 
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quick question! when does the wind/ocean start calming down?! i know it shall be real soon!
thanks, Tanner.
 
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quick question! when does the wind/ocean start calming down?! i know it shall be real soon!
thanks, Tanner.

It's not been a good year for either salmon or the weather. Lots of small craft advisory days with the wind in control of the fishing. I hope next week will be better and things calm down. August and September have, in the past been good month. Here is a link to the week catch results. It will give you an idea of how the season is shaping up.:shock:


Fish Division: Ocean Salmon Management - Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife
 
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It's not been a good year for either salmon or the weather. Lots of small craft advisory days with the wind in control of the fishing. I hope next week will be better and things calm down. August and September have, in the past been good month. Here is a link to the week catch results. It will give you an idea of how the season is shaping up.:shock:


Fish Division: Ocean Salmon Management - Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife

alright. thanks! cuz i got a fishing trip comin up and i can't wait, i been waitin for ever!!
 
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Man I have even been trying to get my boat out for some coho or nooks but the wind has been so bad everytime i checked to try to go out that i never tried and now i have no motor. I will have something going on by fall nook time and right as that dies down a bit i'll be fishing for fresh coho right out of the ocean. none of those big reds you guys chase up north. and then there is all the coho you can't keep while nook fishin. man you guys need to stop teasing me i need to get some herring in the water.
 
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Speaking of Red's we just fought probably 75 tonight between Daniel and I! It was a circus and we have about three gallon baggies of the RGB roe curing up as we speak. They sure are great fighters! :dance: Back it it again tomorrow along with some monster rainbows. ;)
 
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uhm you guys no any good places for chinook in the coulumbia or coho i have no idia how to catch ethier buttt i want two learn dose an adult need tags or just a licence
 
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Ummmm...Let me think:think: HELL YEAH:D Summers>Coho>Fall nooks....Who could ask for more???
 
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Ok so I hit the willy hard for springers and only came out with one. I'd like to hook into a few Coho but don't think I should try buoy 10 with my 15 foot Alaskan smokercraft. Anybody have any suggestions for good coho/nook fishing this time of year with my boat?? Cuz damn, I'm SO effing ready! Typically, how's the coho run on the willy??
 
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I am ready, my 1st year, I am salivating as we speak. Yum Yum. here fishy fishy. Sorry I am not really a freak just a fishingfreak.:lol:
 
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Why the mouth of the Wilson? Wouldn't the mouth of the Trask be a little better option since the Wilson doesn't have a hatchery run of Coho only a few strays? Out of like 30 Coho I either caught or saw caught not one was a hatchery fish.
 
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