Fish Report for 8-22-2022
Heads or Tails?
by Katie Robertson
Oh boy has it been a great time to be a whale! The sunny weather has given the kelp forests a boost which means the amphipods and mysid shrimp (main baleen whale diet) are thriving! With plentiful food comes hearty sightings of whales to go along with it. For the past three and a half months the sightings have been 100% regardless of the time of day. NOw is the time and this is the place, don’t miss your chance to go on our next cruise! Call our office at (541) 765-2345 or book online!
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