July 21st, 2012

7/21/12– The forecast was calling for winds and they’re not too far away. The wind never came all the way in to the beach, but the effects of the wind did. The ocean was kind of sloppy. But the sun  was shining and the fish were starting to get hungry. I fished salmon both trips. The morning trip was not very successful though. We landed 2 and lost several. Biggest one landed was 14 pounds by Douglas Hendericks from Albion. The afternoon, however, was a bit more productive (picture). We didn’t lose as many and managed to land 12 kings! The grade was very good. Biggest one landed by Lex Whatley from Marysville , Ca. weighing in at 19 1/2 lbs! Nice job Lex. The rest of them weren’t much smaller. We caught these nice kings about 6 miles north off of Ten Mile Beach in about 120 ft. of water. The fish were biting most everything we threw at them from Tequila Sunrise to Green/glo/jailbird. The hottest depth was 30 feet down. Fish-On!

     Capt Randy

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