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Fishing Report: 09/30/2022

After a few days of rough ocean we are back out on the water today and it's a beautiful day out there! Very low swell and the sun's out! Ocean conditions look great through the weekend, we still have some room on our 5-hour bottomfishing trips tomorrow and Saturday. Crabbing season closes October 15th and the crabbing has been excellent lately! Come on out while the ocean's still nice!

Season Info:

Seasonal info will be posted as it becomes available:

BOTTOMFISHING IN SEASON CHANGE BEGINNING SEPTEMBER 6, 2022

Beginning September 6, 2022
Marine bag limit reduced to 4-fish per angler
China and copper rockfish, and cabezon are prohibited


2022 Coho Salmon Season

June 18 - August 21 or until quota of 100,000 fish is met for selective (fin clipped) coho only. Limit will be 2 salmon per day.

Non-Selective Coho Season will be September 3 - 30 or until quota of 17,000 fish is met. Limit will be 2 salmon per day.

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 Spring Halibut Season

All Depth Halibut will be open from May 12th through June 30th, 7 days per week. The limit is one halibut per person, per day.




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Ling Cod!


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Fishing Report: 09/24/2022

Well, this last week we've been able to get out bottomfishing every day and overall the fishing has been very good. Boats have been bringing in near limits of rockfish and some nice ling cod as well. Crabbing still remains excellent at averages of 3-8 per person!

The salmon bite has completely died, it would appear the fish moved out of our area which is not atypical for this late in the year. The season's only slated to be open a few more days, but unless we get reports that there are fish around, we likely won't be running anymore of these trips this year.

We are continuing to run our 5-hour bottomfishing trips and our 8-hour deep water ling cod trips through October, ocean permitting!

Season Info:

Seasonal info will be posted as it becomes available:

BOTTOMFISHING IN SEASON CHANGE BEGINNING SEPTEMBER 6, 2022

Beginning September 6, 2022
Marine bag limit reduced to 4-fish per angler
China and copper rockfish, and cabezon are prohibited


2022 Coho Salmon Season

June 18 - August 21 or until quota of 100,000 fish is met for selective (fin clipped) coho only. Limit will be 2 salmon per day.

Non-Selective Coho Season will be September 3 - 30 or until quota of 17,000 fish is met. Limit will be 2 salmon per day.

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 Spring Halibut Season

All Depth Halibut will be open from May 12th through June 30th, 7 days per week. The limit is one halibut per person, per day.




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It's ling cod time!


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Fishing Report: 09/18/2022

We have space this Tuesday, the 20th, on our 8-hour Deep Water Ling Cod trip! The ocean forecast offshore looks great for Tuesday, and it should be a great trip out there. On these trips, we go anywhere from 10-20 miles offshore, fishing with heavy gear targeting the big ling cod. You are able to keep rockfish as well, and they tend to me much bigger out there. Space is limited so give us a call or reserve online ASAP!

We are still sending out our 5-hour bottomfishing trips daily as well, with the option to crab. Crabbing has been averaging anywhere from 3-6 per person these last few days and the rockfish have really been on the bite. We saw quite a few Canaries and Ling Cod come in today as well!

The salmon bite was slow today compared to what it has been, but we will try again tomorrow and see what happens!

Season Info:

Seasonal info will be posted as it becomes available:

BOTTOMFISHING IN SEASON CHANGE BEGINNING SEPTEMBER 6, 2022

Beginning September 6, 2022
Marine bag limit reduced to 4-fish per angler
China and copper rockfish, and cabezon are prohibited


2022 Coho Salmon Season

June 18 - August 21 or until quota of 100,000 fish is met for selective (fin clipped) coho only. Limit will be 2 salmon per day.

Non-Selective Coho Season will be September 3 - 30 or until quota of 17,000 fish is met. Limit will be 2 salmon per day.

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 Spring Halibut Season

All Depth Halibut will be open from May 12th through June 30th, 7 days per week. The limit is one halibut per person, per day.




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