Sep 04, 2017 by Mark Yuasa
Willapa Bay and Grays Harbor receive top billing for autumn salmon fishing

By Mark Yuasa Now that ocean salmon fisheries have concluded, it’s time for anglers to shift attention to estuaries and lower tributaries as fish migrate upstream heading into autumn. One area garnering plenty of notice lately is Willapa Bay where a king forecast of 36,805 (32,674 are of hatchery origin)...

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Apr 08, 2017 by Jason Brooks
Catch More Springers in High Water!

by Jason Brooks With record high water and water clarity the color of mud it's been hard to get excited about spring Chinook fishing. That is until you realize that it's already mid-April and the fish are in the river. Regardless of the water conditions this is our chance to...

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Aug 05, 2012 by Duane Inglin
The Secret To The Sound

Add Green To Your Diet! By Chris Shaffer | 08/05/2012 Those of us fortunate to know Pautzke pro staffer and Outdoor Line co-host Duane Inglin on a personal level know nothing excites him more than being in “The Bait Lab” which has taken over a portion of his garage. Knowing...

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May 28, 2009 by Rob Endsley
Brine Your Way to Salmon Success!

With saltwater salmon fishing firing up along the West Coast now is a good time to talk about herring brines.  Brining herring before fishing it helps to toughen it up and can produce a more vibrant and shiny herring that catch more fish.  If your herring is soft and mushy...

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