Fish Report for 7-21-2020
Bottom Fishing and Crabbing Have Been Excellent
by Tradewinds Charters Staff
Sunday was a tough day out on the pond with some boats venturing out and others not due to semi-rough conditions. On Monday no one went out and there are some restrictions for Tuesday morning. More later in the day.
Bottom fishing and crab
The only boats to get out today were the bigger boats as there was a 40-ft restriction on all recreational boats and a 36-ft restriction on all of the UPV’s (6-pac charter boats. With those restrictions there are NO rec boats over 40-foot and NO UPV’s over 36 foot in Depoe Bay so they all stayed home. It was pretty rough this morning especially on the bar crossing which by the time the boats came home had laid down quite a bit.
The bottom fishing was excellent with all of our larger boats coming home with limits for everyone onboard with lots of sea bass. The crabbing was also excellent with some the vessels bringing home over 100 crabs. Things are suppose to be calmed down considerably tomorrow but there will be windy/foggy conditions thru the next 4-5 days.
Saturday July 18th fishing report
Bottom fishing All of our boats out this morning and all of our boats were doing the same thing at the same spot. We all ventured up off the Lincoln City reefs and we all got into the massive rockfish bite going on up there. All the boats got there limits on the rockfish and they were all really nice sized specimens as well. Not a lot of variety as they were almost all Black rockfish but they are a “real...... Read More
Halibut NO Halibut outings this week as the ocean was just to rough especially on the outside to give folks a good trip. Its open next the weekend of July 30, 31 August 1st. Salmon Ocean a little tough out there in deeper water to take salmon trips. One trip that was heard on the radio today was a very low catch rate as it has been since the beginning of the season. Hopefully that will improve at some time. Bottom fishing &...... Read More
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