Book now for these Alaska style trips right here in Northern California! It is sounding like we will most likely be getting a salmon season of some sort so if you want to book a combo you should do so in a hurry.Read More
2011 Salmon season update: Kenny PriestÂ Fishing the Northcoast
It’s looking more and more like the North Coast, and all of California for that matter, could once again be in for a full-length salmon season. The Department of Fish and Game held their annual salmon abundance meeting Tuesday in Santa Rosa, where discussions centered on actual numbers from the 2010 season and to project the number of salmon swimming in coastal waters in 2011. The agency projected an ocean population of 729,000 Sacramento River fall run Chinook salmon, which is up from a 2010 projection of 245,000 fish. The Klamath River has also seen an increase in ocean population, with, this year’s numbers projected to top 370,000, up from a forecast 331,500 in 2010. What this all means is Humboldt County could see a start to the salmon season as early as mid-April. Next up, the Pacific Fishery Management Council is set to meet Saturday in Vancouver, WA to consider its recommendations for the length of this year’s salmon season, with a final decision to come later in the spring. For more information, visit www.pcouncil.org/salmon/stock-assessment-and-fishery-evaluation-safe-documents/preseason-reports/2011-preseason-report-i.Read More
Check out Blue Lake Casino’s website under activities for package deals. What a great way to spend a few days! Very nice hotel.Read More
This is a great time to get prime dates for this upcoming fishing season! Weekends and holidays book first so if you can only fish a weekend get one while they last. There are limited spaces for certain holidays but why not try. You can email or callÂ to book your dates today. I look foward to hearing from you!Read More
Well here it is if you want to check daily reports onÂ NorthcoastÂ Â river fishing, ocean fishing out of Eureka, Trinidad, or Shelter Cove. We will be updating the site as info comes to us by our top notch guides, that the tackle shop personally recommends!Â If you book a guide out of our shop it will be one you won’t forget! Keep checking in and even send your own info if you want others to know about it. We look forward to being of assistance to you for many years to come! Happy New Year!Read More
From the Times-Standard article, Tuna Fever Hits the North Coast:
Gary Blasi of Full Throttle Sporfishing spent two days on the halibut grounds last week and reported a real good bite. He limited out both days with the big fish tipping the scales at 70 lbs. He was fishing in 250 ft of water straight out of the harbor.
From the Times-Standard article, A Roller Coaster Season on the Ocean
Captains Gary Blasi or Full Throttle Sportfishing and Tim Klassen of Reel Steel Sport Fishing both made the run and found a steady bite. Blasi ended the day with nine albies out of 14 hookups and Klassen came home with 12 tuna, with eight weighing better than 20 lbs.
From the Times-Standard article, Fishing the North Coast: Eureka kings – here and gone?
Captain Gary Blasi of Full Throttle Sportfishing has the hot halibut hand of late, putting in limits on just about every trip. According to Blasi’s, you’ve really got to put in some time in order to be successful. Sunday he spent the day fun fishing with his fiancÃ©e and it was a day they won’t soon forget, with two fish over 20lbs and one tipping the scales at a whopping 30lbs.