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Into the Pink

  Once every two years, a remarkable angling event happens here in the Pacific Northwest. Pink, or “humpie” salmon make their bi-annual return to our waters, in numbers between 6 and 8 million.  You heard me right, that’s million with an “illion”.  It’s like a freakin’ Egyptian biblical plague of pink salmon around here.  Only these plague beasts taste great smoked,…

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Knocking on the Barn Doors

I may not always have the best timing.  I’m writing this just after launching my boat for the season, four days after the close of winter blackmouth (salmon) season and before the seasons for other gamefish begin.  So right now I have the boat ready but nothing in the Sound I’m allowed to catch. I’m thinking next year I’ll put…

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