SALMON FISHING

There are two TYPES OF Pacific salmon we target

  • The Chinook Salmon (also known as King Salmon)

  • The Coho Salmon (also known as the Silver Salmon)

 

Fall Chinook Salmon

 


The King Salmon is the largest of the salmon species which ranges from 12 to over 50 pounds.

These fish are very strong, vigorous fighters which will wear your arms out with their endurance.

King Salmon / Chinook Fishing

 


The King Salmon is the largest of the salmon species which ranges from 12 to over 50 pounds. These fish are very strong, vigorous fighters which will wear your arms out with their endurance.

Coho Salmon Fishing


The Coho Salmon range in size from 6 - 20 pounds. They are great fighters and jumpers showing off their acrobatics. These two species are excellent eating. We target these two species in several locations throughout the state.

Salmon Fishing on the Olympic Peninsula
The pristine rivers are home to wild Pacific Chinook Salmon (King Salmon) and Coho Salmon (Silver Salmon) in abundant numbers. The biggest of the salmon family is the Chinook. Their average weight is 20 - 25 pounds, however, fish in the 40 - 50 pound class are not uncommon. Coho's average 8 - 11 pounds and it is not uncommon to get them in the upper teens and lower twenties.

Olympic Peninsula Salmon Fishing


Salmon Fishing on the Olympic Peninsula

The pristine rivers are home to wild Pacific Chinook Salmon (King Salmon) and Coho Salmon (Silver Salmon) in abundant numbers. The biggest of the salmon family is the Chinook. Their average weight is 20 - 25 pounds, however, fish in the 40 - 50 pound class are not uncommon. Coho's average 8 - 11 pounds and it is not uncommon to get them in the upper teens and lower twenties.

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