Fish Report for 6-28-2021
Bottom Fishing Has Been Red Hot
by Tradewinds Charters Staff
Looking for a nice day to be on the ocean and do some fishing? The weather reports were seeing show a little windy day and choppy conditions for tomorrow. The weather for the future ocean forecast shows light winds and nice ocean conditions for the rest of the week thru Sunday. Come spend our nations birthday weekend at the Central Oregon Coast and book a fishing trip with the best fleet of skippers on the coast at Tradewinds Depoe Bay. The fishing should be really good.
Monday fishing report
No salmon trips today as we are trying to inform the folks of the fishing being quite slow and awaiting the arrival of more fish. When that happens the TW fleet will be on them.
The bottom fishing was “red hot” this morning with doubles coming pretty much on every line it seemed. The Mr Max reported in that he was done very quickly on the rocklish limit and spent a few more hours out there trying to lure a few Lingcod to bite the hooks. Only a few of the Ling’s bit the hooks today. Kind of a bouncy ocean so the boats after about three hours called the trips and came home early.
Crabbing is better the past few days in the depth of 80-100 feet and we have been bringing back in some decent scores. Hoping these crabs begin to move into the more shallow water so not as much of a chore for the passengers pulling them up.
All The Vessels Were Out Today
We had all of the vessels in the Tradewinds fleet out fishing today except for one and the fishing was almost identical to yesterday. With half or so of the boats limiting on the rockfish with a few Lingcod and the others coming close to a fishing limit but ending up just a few short. The good news of the day was the crabbing with the catch numbers beginning to get much better again out in the slightly deeper water maybe in...... Read More
Saturday Fishing Report
Had one boat out on the salmon grounds this morning and there were not many fish but we did get...... Read More
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