Oct 27, 2012 by Rob Endsley
Northwest Outdoor Report

Razor Clam Dig This Weekend The second razor clam dig of the season will take place on the Washington coast October 27th thru the 30th. Long Beach, Twin Harbors, Copalis, and Mocrocks beaches will be open over the weekend of October 27th and 28th and Twin Harbor’s beach will remain...

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Oct 26, 2012 by Tom Nelson
Simple Smoke Barbequed Salmon!

Well, you've spent all summer and a good part of the fall chasing -and hopefully catching- salmon and now it's time to reap the benefits! There are as many ways to barbeque salmon as there are barbeques... and I think I've seen 'em all: Foil & fruit, butter and BBQ...

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Oct 20, 2012 by Guest
Northwest Outdoor Report

Squid Showing Up in the Sound Already Tim Bush at Outdoor Emporium (206-624-6550) says the squid fishing in Puget Sound has been excellent since late August. Bush says Pier 86 is the best place to target squid because they have power plug-ins built right into the dock for lights. He...

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by Rob Endsley
6 Tips for Taking a Late Season Blacktail

I've developed a real passion for blacktail hunting because I live in blacktail country and I'm a glutton for punishment. Taking a mature blacktail buck is like catching a winter steelhead on the fly. It takes a lot of work and patience but when it all comes together and you...

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Oct 15, 2012 by Duane Inglin
Do you have “The NAK” for fishing

I’m often asked which scents I use. And, while there are many options available, most of the time, I use three: Pautzke Nectar, anise and krill. These scents, when combined and mixed properly, make a difference. Nectar, Anise, Krill or "NAK", as I call it, is the additive I rely on...

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Oct 06, 2012 by Rob Endsley
Northwest Outdoor Report

Man Loses Eye Shooting at Salmon A 51 year old man is recovering from injuries he received while shooting at salmon with a .22 caliber rifle on the Deschutes River near Olympia last Sunday. The man took a shot at what he thought was going to be dinner, only the...

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Oct 04, 2012 by Rob Endsley
Tackle Review: Mustad Open Eye Siwash Hooks

I'd like to say Mustad's open eye siwash hooks are new, but they've actually been on the market for a few years now. I've tested them extensively the last two years on my salmon fishing trips and I can vouch for the sharpness and holding power of these hooks. They...

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Oct 03, 2012 by Tom Nelson
The Colossal Coho Run of 2012: A look into our future?

It's been difficult to come up with new ways to describe a coho run that has exceeded forecasts and expectations, a run that started early -in mid August- and as of early October is still providing limit action.By any measure you can choose, this run of coho or silver salmon has...

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