17 pound average!

1st of June, 2011 — Started off going straight out looking for some hungry king salmon. Had our first bite in 240 ft of water. No taker though. The currents strong out of the north so it makes it hard to troll around all the crab pots. The current is so strong, the crab pot buoy’s are underwater most of the time. I kept trolling west and finally hooked a good one in 300 ft of water. One in the boat. That was about 9:00 a.m. Trolled the rest of the day and didn’t have any more bites. Until… right at the end, we were in 130 ft of water off the yellow house. We pulled our first rod out of the water to go home and … “Fish-On!” On the other side of the boat we had hooked another fish. Good fighter! Landed it to make our score 2. With little time left, there were no other bites. Picture; on the left is Valerie Cameron from Las Cruces New Mexico and next to her is her brother Benjamin from Yuba City Ca. Valerie’s fish weighed in at 16 pounds and her brother’s fish was 20 pounds. Nice job!

    Capt Randy

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