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Skagit River Sockeye Salmon


It feels like I’m going back to the beginning this time around.  My very first post about salmon was on sockeye from the Skagit River.   Now it’s a few years later, I’m a little more seasoned, a little more skilled, and I’ve got even more of that Clooney-esque distinguished charm going on. So I had a confident swagger when I…

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Ling Cod: Foreplay & Fish Sandwiches


As I’m writing this, I’m just polishing off the last of my ling cod from the 2014 catch.  I shall not comment as to whether or not there is a single tear running down my cheek. Damn, that six week season goes by quickly.  I miss fishing for them already.  Not only are these fearsome looking beasts filled with delicious white meat,…

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Grilled Seafood Skewers


Wow, we just went from a slow crawl to a full sprint with the fishing opportunities. In the last week, ling cod, halibut, and spot prawn seasons all opened around here. I’ve been so busy fishing, nay, catching, and cooking said catch; I haven’t had a chance to do any writing.

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Hot Grill on Grill Action


I don’t know about you, but I’m one of those people for whom barbecue season lasts well into the fall.  In fact during July and August, standing over the grill can get a little sweaty for my tastes.  In September & October though, when the air is a little more …. crisp, that’s my favorite time to light up the…

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Two Grills, One Coho


I warned you that there would be a lot of salmon talk on here for a while. Hey, I’m in the Pacific Northwest and from late July through late September salmon rules the roost here. Don’t worry, once this is over I’m going to be talking about plenty of other great seafood. In fact we have a tuna fish trip…

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