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10/03/2020
Coho Salmon
Morning
10/06/2020
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Pretty fun day! Caught a nice little jack King with some color to it, but also managed to land a few coho! Check out the youtube video I made from the experience :) Let me know what you think!


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BothellAngler
10/7/2020 7:34:30 AM
appreciate the reports man! been wanting to come down there for a while now. how packed does it usually get there on weekday mornings? I'm sure weekends are a mad house. I've also been searching down further towards Kent/Auburn, but really want to see this part first (since its closer)
brianmonticello
10/7/2020 9:03:25 AM
thanks man! And it’s not terrible on weekday mornings! Kent/auburn area is fire too though
quickdrawmagraw
10/9/2020 5:06:52 AM
Just out of curiosity, why didn't you keep that jack? They are wonderful table fare, and shouldn't be left to spawn with adult fish..
brianmonticello
10/9/2020 6:27:24 AM
Can’t keep kings in that spot Unfortunately
quickdrawmagraw
10/12/2020 8:57:57 AM
Per page 17 of the current regulation book defines-

"Jack Salmon, Chinook and coho salmon that return at a younger age than most members of their species. For freshwater and in Willapa Bay (area 2-1) and Grays Harbor (area 2-2), a jack salmon is a Chinook less than 24" in length or a coho less than 20" in length"

The way i read it, is that jack salmon are a type of sub category, and not categorized with adult fish. Anyone have input on this?
quickdrawmagraw
10/13/2020 7:52:31 AM
Sorry man, I'm not trying to rag on you by any means. I just hate knowing those pesky delicious little jacks are in the system potentially breeding with healthy adult fish. Not good for the gene pool...
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