Capt. John Keizer joins Team Lowrance Fishing Team. Navico electronics the largest marine electronics company in the world and parent company for Lowrance Electronics has selected Capt. John Keizer and Tacoma Washington based SaltPatrol.com as their west coast fishing team boat. “We made the decision to select Capt. John Keizer as the west coast team […]
Archive | March, 2009
Des Moines, Washington The closest and best salmon fishing off Redondo starts just about 100 yards a way from Salty’s Restaurant and the public fishing pier. Most salmon seekers will troll from just off Saltwater State Park south to Dumas Bay. This productive area is best fished in 90 to 100 feet of water before moving further off […]
Friday Harbor, Washington Winter Blackmouth/Summer Kings They don’t call it Salmon Bank for nothin’. Fish the east side of Salmon Bank on the incoming tide. The troll area is 2.5 to 3 miles long. It’s best to keep the gear right near the bottom, as the usual baitfish here is candlefish, which hug the bottom. When the tide […]
Seattle, Washington Point Jefferson is a well known salmon producer along with its cousins Possession Bar and Point No Point. The troll in predominantly form the North near Presidents Point on the incoming tide south to Jefferson Head. Blackmouth troll the 120 – 140 line with your tackle just off the bottom. When you hook the end of […]
Top locations are along the edge of Grays Canyon
Top Locations for targeting halibut out of the Columbia River are near the edges of Astoria Canyon.
Strait of Juan de Fuca, Washington Fish the sand flat in the bay, in 120 to 240 feet of water. Location: N48°10′ x W123°35′.
Tacoma, Washington Winter Blackmouth Winter Blackmouth can be found here year round, but most of the fishing takes place from October thru April. The Clay Banks, located just off Pt. Defiance, is best fished on the outgoing tide. The strong current from the Tacoma Narrows will push bait into the back eddy formed by Pt. […]
Strait of Juan de Fuca, Washington Best fished on a flat tide. The edges of the bank produce best in the 200- to 230-foot range. Location: 48°16.930 x 122°58.210
Strait of Juan de Fuca, Washington Located just behind Protection Island. Best fishing here is on the edges of the bank, in 150 to 200 feet of water. Location: 48°08.739 x 122°56.035