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Ophiodon Elongatus (common name Ling Cod)


DOCKSIDE CHARTERS

Fishing Report: 01/27/2022

The marine conditions are looking good today and even better for Friday and Saturday, Sunday looks good too. We do have space available for each day. Yesterday the bite was good again after being slower the day before. Crabbing has been variable but there have been enough to make it worthwhile. Call or make your reservation on line.

POST TRIP UPDATE: Limits of Ling Cod for everyone, three fish short of a Rockfish limit for everyone and four crab/crabberand a super nice day on the water!

2022 Recreational Bottomfish Fishery Finalized

Dec 17 the Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission finalized the 2022 recreational bottomfish fishery regulations. Most regulations will be the same as in 2021, except:

The daily general marine fish bag limit will be 5 fish per person per day
Out of that 5 fish, no more than 1 may be a China or a copper rockfish
Out of that 5 fish, no more than 1 may be cabezon, which opens July 1

Retention of Quillback rockfish will be prohibited.

The 2021 stock assessment indicated that the stock is healthy, but the overall population is smaller than previously thought. Therefore, to reduce mortality to keep the stock healthy retention will be prohibited in recreational and commercial fisheries off of Oregon beginning in 2022.
The 40-fathom depth restriction will only be in place for July and August, one month less than in 2021. All Depth January through June and September through December.


Season Info:

Seasonal info will be posted as it becomes available:

2022 Recreational Bottomfish Fishery Finalized

Last Friday (Dec 17) the Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission finalized the 2022 recreational bottomfish fishery regulations. Most regulations will be the same as in 2021, except:

The daily general marine fish bag limit will be 5 fish per person per day
Out of that 5 fish, no more than 1 may be a China or a copper rockfish
Out of that 5 fish, no more than 1 may be cabezon, which opens July 1
Retention of quillback rockfish will be prohibited
The 2021 stock assessment indicated that the stock is healthy, but the overall population is smaller than previously thought. Therefore, to reduce mortality to keep the stock healthy retention will be prohibited in recreational and commercial fisheries off of Oregon beginning in 2022.
The 40-fathom depth restriction will only be in place for July and August, one month less than in 2021. All Depth January through June and September through December.


2022 Recreational Bottomfish Fishery Finalized
The Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission finalized the 2022 recreational bottomfish fishery regulations. Most regulations will be the same as in 2021, except:

The daily general marine fish bag limit will be 5 fish per person per day
Out of that 5 fish, no more than 1 may be a China or a copper rockfish
Out of that 5 fish, no more than 1 may be cabezon, which opens July 1
Retention of quillback rockfish will be prohibited
The 2021 stock assessment indicated that the stock is healthy, but the overall population is smaller than previously thought. Therefore, to reduce mortality to keep the stock healthy retention will be prohibited in recreational and commercial fisheries off of Oregon beginning in 2022.
The 40-fathom depth restriction will only be in place for July and August, one month less than in 2021. All Depth January through June and September through December.



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Dockside Variety Pack


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Fishing Report: 01/26/2022

Dockside fishermen had to work a little harder Tuesday to get their fish. The marine conditions were good but the fish were off the bite early. A very slow drift contributed to the slow early bite. The Rockfish finally went on the bite but the Ling Cod were more elusive. At the end of the day there were limits of Rockfish and about one Ling per rod. Today is a whole new day and we will see what bites! Crabbing was decent, well worth doing.

The marine forecast for Friday and Saturday looks great and we have space available. Get your reservation made by phone or online. Online reservations can be made up to 12 hours prior to departure.

2022 Recreational Bottomfish Fishery Finalized

Dec 17 the Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission finalized the 2022 recreational bottomfish fishery regulations. Most regulations will be the same as in 2021, except:

The daily general marine fish bag limit will be 5 fish per person per day
Out of that 5 fish, no more than 1 may be a China or a copper rockfish
Out of that 5 fish, no more than 1 may be cabezon, which opens July 1

Retention of Quillback rockfish will be prohibited.

The 2021 stock assessment indicated that the stock is healthy, but the overall population is smaller than previously thought. Therefore, to reduce mortality to keep the stock healthy retention will be prohibited in recreational and commercial fisheries off of Oregon beginning in 2022.
The 40-fathom depth restriction will only be in place for July and August, one month less than in 2021. All Depth January through June and September through December.


Season Info:

Seasonal info will be posted as it becomes available:

2022 Recreational Bottomfish Fishery Finalized

Last Friday (Dec 17) the Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission finalized the 2022 recreational bottomfish fishery regulations. Most regulations will be the same as in 2021, except:

The daily general marine fish bag limit will be 5 fish per person per day
Out of that 5 fish, no more than 1 may be a China or a copper rockfish
Out of that 5 fish, no more than 1 may be cabezon, which opens July 1
Retention of quillback rockfish will be prohibited
The 2021 stock assessment indicated that the stock is healthy, but the overall population is smaller than previously thought. Therefore, to reduce mortality to keep the stock healthy retention will be prohibited in recreational and commercial fisheries off of Oregon beginning in 2022.
The 40-fathom depth restriction will only be in place for July and August, one month less than in 2021. All Depth January through June and September through December.


2022 Recreational Bottomfish Fishery Finalized
The Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission finalized the 2022 recreational bottomfish fishery regulations. Most regulations will be the same as in 2021, except:

The daily general marine fish bag limit will be 5 fish per person per day
Out of that 5 fish, no more than 1 may be a China or a copper rockfish
Out of that 5 fish, no more than 1 may be cabezon, which opens July 1
Retention of quillback rockfish will be prohibited
The 2021 stock assessment indicated that the stock is healthy, but the overall population is smaller than previously thought. Therefore, to reduce mortality to keep the stock healthy retention will be prohibited in recreational and commercial fisheries off of Oregon beginning in 2022.
The 40-fathom depth restriction will only be in place for July and August, one month less than in 2021. All Depth January through June and September through December.



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The Godfather Rides Again


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Fishing Report: 01/22/2022

Dockside had boats out again today on a fantastic ocean. There was no wind and very little swell although it was frosty early on. That didn't slow the bite down however. The Ling Cod were voracious, everyone on the boats limited and many more legal Lings were released while we worked on our Rockfish limits. The sun was shining the fish were biting and it was considered a fantastic day on the water by everyone. The only thing not smoking hot was the crabbing but everyone got enough to make it worthwhile.

We have another trip scheduled for Tuesday with space available, get yourselves on board!

2022 Recreational Bottomfish Fishery Finalized

Dec 17 the Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission finalized the 2022 recreational bottomfish fishery regulations. Most regulations will be the same as in 2021, except:

The daily general marine fish bag limit will be 5 fish per person per day
Out of that 5 fish, no more than 1 may be a China or a copper rockfish
Out of that 5 fish, no more than 1 may be cabezon, which opens July 1

Retention of Quillback rockfish will be prohibited.

The 2021 stock assessment indicated that the stock is healthy, but the overall population is smaller than previously thought. Therefore, to reduce mortality to keep the stock healthy retention will be prohibited in recreational and commercial fisheries off of Oregon beginning in 2022.
The 40-fathom depth restriction will only be in place for July and August, one month less than in 2021. All Depth January through June and September through December.


Season Info:

Seasonal info will be posted as it becomes available:

2022 Recreational Bottomfish Fishery Finalized

Last Friday (Dec 17) the Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission finalized the 2022 recreational bottomfish fishery regulations. Most regulations will be the same as in 2021, except:

The daily general marine fish bag limit will be 5 fish per person per day
Out of that 5 fish, no more than 1 may be a China or a copper rockfish
Out of that 5 fish, no more than 1 may be cabezon, which opens July 1
Retention of quillback rockfish will be prohibited
The 2021 stock assessment indicated that the stock is healthy, but the overall population is smaller than previously thought. Therefore, to reduce mortality to keep the stock healthy retention will be prohibited in recreational and commercial fisheries off of Oregon beginning in 2022.
The 40-fathom depth restriction will only be in place for July and August, one month less than in 2021. All Depth January through June and September through December.


2022 Recreational Bottomfish Fishery Finalized
The Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission finalized the 2022 recreational bottomfish fishery regulations. Most regulations will be the same as in 2021, except:

The daily general marine fish bag limit will be 5 fish per person per day
Out of that 5 fish, no more than 1 may be a China or a copper rockfish
Out of that 5 fish, no more than 1 may be cabezon, which opens July 1
Retention of quillback rockfish will be prohibited
The 2021 stock assessment indicated that the stock is healthy, but the overall population is smaller than previously thought. Therefore, to reduce mortality to keep the stock healthy retention will be prohibited in recreational and commercial fisheries off of Oregon beginning in 2022.
The 40-fathom depth restriction will only be in place for July and August, one month less than in 2021. All Depth January through June and September through December.



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Book your trip NOW!

Tuna / Fishing Report Archive (Previous 200 Reports)