Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Salmon Fishing Should be Good off Washington This Summer

Buoyed by strong ocean conditions the last two summers, state fisheries managers are predicting excellent salmon fishing in the coastal waters of Washington this summer. While it is still early, runs of both Coho and Pink salmon are predicted to be very strong. While most fisheries open the end of June or Early July, anglers targeting bottom fish as well as native american treaty salmon fishing operations have been catching alot of salmon already. A good indication that numbers are high. See the full article at the Seattle Times.

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