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The Best Guide to Beach Fish for Pink Salmon

August 28, 2021

In this article I’m going teach you all about how to catch pink salmon from the beach, especially around Puget Sound.  You will learn about the life and behavior of pink salmon, the best gear to use, how to pick where to fish, techniques to catch, and how to preserve...

The Best Trailer Lights

November 29, 2020

I often launch my boat in the dark, and oddly like to see where I’m backing up to.  So some time ago I converted my trailer from a 4 pin wiring harness to a 7 pin, and ran an extra line through the trailer to add backup lights.  The details...

Dig Your Limit of Razor Clams

October 31, 2020

Digging for razor clams is a fun winter tradition for many Washington families.  It is relatively easy, clams are often plentiful and tasty.  In this guide we’ll go over everything you need to know if you are going digging for the first time, or just looking for a few tips...

The Best Guide To Fish For Sockeye In Lakes

June 30, 2017

Sockeye salmon, also known as Red Salmon or Reds, are a unique species of salmon.  They are known for returning in large numbers, and being quite tasty.  This guide covers information about the sockeye life cycle and behavior, gear and rigs used to fish for them, and how to target...

Best Guide To Sidedrift For Salmon

June 18, 2017

Many anglers get their start salmon fishing on the banks of the river drift fishing.  This is because drift fishing is a very effective technique since it keeps your bait close to bottom where the fish are. Side drifting is more than drift fishing from a boat – it allows...

The Best Kokanee Dodger Storage

February 4, 2017

I admit it, I am a kokanee fishing addict.  This comes as no surprise to those who know me.   Like any good kokanee addict I am also addicted to buying kokanee fishing gear – rods, reels, spinners, beads, hoochies, and of course dodgers. Early on finding storage for the dodgers...

The Best How To Guide for Coho Salmon River Fishing

September 30, 2016

Every fall coho salmon return to our Washington rivers.  This fish are more numerous than their larger cousins, the chinook, and can be quite aggressive at time.  They are a very popular salmon to fish for and catch. This guide covers the basics on how to catch these fish once...

How To Catch Perch By The Hundreds

February 6, 2016

Here in the Pacific Northwest it seems like salmon and steelhead get all the glory.  I've only met a few people who fish for yellow perch, and many of them talk about it in whispers - like they are afraid to admit it in public. However perch fishing can be alot...

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The Best Guide to Beach Fish for Pink Salmon

August 28, 2021

In this article I’m going teach you all about how to catch pink salmon from the beach, especially around Puget...

Dig Your Limit of Razor Clams

October 31, 2020

Digging for razor clams is a fun winter tradition for many Washington families.  It is relatively easy, clams are often...

The Best Kokanee Leader Rig Storage

February 27, 2018

I have yet to meet a serious kokanee fisherman which didn’t like collecting kokanee tackle almost as much as using...

Lake Washington Perch Fishing Secrets

February 6, 2017

During the winter months I tend to fish mostly for perch.  I like how simple and relaxing it is.  Plus...

Improve Your Fishing with The 5 Best Fishing Books

September 16, 2016

All good fishermen seek out ways to improve their game.  This could be experimenting with different lures, attending presentations, talking...

The Best Kokanee Leader Rig Storage

February 27, 2018

I have yet to meet a serious kokanee fisherman which didn’t like collecting kokanee tackle almost as much as using...

The Best Trailer Lights

November 29, 2020

I often launch my boat in the dark, and oddly like to see where I’m backing up to.  So some...