Fish Report for 9-29-2020
Is this some good 2021 Salmon news from the ODFW?
by Tradewinds Charters Staff
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Hopefully this resonates into a good season for us next year
Coho salmon are making a strong appearance in the Columbia River system this year and counts at Bonneville Dam are well above the ten-year average. Included in that group are the Lostine River Coho, reintroduced by the Nez Perce Tribe (NPT) and ODFW in 2017. The first two adult runs in 2018 and 2019 returned less than 200 fish to the Lostine River, but in 2020 Lostine River Coho are poised to make their best showing since reintroduction.
Fishing on Sunday Was Excellent
This next week begins the fall season as things really begin to slow down as we approach a time of year where most of the activity weather permitting occurs on the weekend dates. We will have a fishing report from time to time but daily reports will comeback around the spring break times in the spring of 2021. Fishing and Crabbing Crabbing improved quite a bit today as the boats after 3-4 days of not-so-good crabbing ventured around and found some good spots where we were able to...... Read More
September 18th Fishing Report
Bottom fishing and crabbing One vessel out on this Friday and they limited on the rockfish with no report on the Lingcod bite. Crabbing seems to have gone on a slightly downhill direction after one of best crabbing summers ever. It was bound to happen even though the catch is still somewhat decent but just not as crazy good as it was this summer. Halibut We have a trip going out Halibut fishing Saturday morning on what will be on a beautiful flat ocean....... Read More
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