Buoy 10 / Astoria fishing Report

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Buoy 10 Salmon

Buoy 10 / Astoria fishing Report

We had another fantastic day down here on the Columbia River out of Astoria. We started our day with 14 takedowns on the first pass for 3 rods. We released several small Chinook and Wild Coho before finding all nice keeper Chinook and one Keeper Coho. I still have openings for two people on both the 30th and 31st. Give me a call or text at 208-861-0654 and we will get you out!

We also still have some openings for Hanford Reach Fall chinook in September near Tri-cities, WA. This is a great fishery with a 3 adult Chinook Limit!  Get in touch with us now to get in on this great fishery!20160825_142659.jpg

 


6 Comments

Jim mchugh

August 26, 2016 at 7:01 pm

Me and my son fished with Kyle today and had a great trip! We have fished with other guides but we’ve had the best trip with Kyle and we are going to fish with him next spring for spring chinook!

    Kyle Jones

    August 28, 2016 at 9:13 pm

    Thanks for the great fishing trip Jim! I had a great time with you guys. Love hanging out with young men who love everything to do with fishing. He reminds me of myself at his age

Bob & Bobi Ashley

September 2, 2016 at 3:48 pm

My husband, Bob, and I fished with Kyle on Tuesday and Wednesday, August 30 & 31. It was much more fun and exciting than I ever imagined. There is quite an adrenaline rush when a large King (Chinook) Salmon hits, and starts it’s run. We were both able to catch a good sized King keeper each of the two days; and Bob caught a Silver (Coho) on Tuesday. We had the five fish vacuum sealed in plastic, and frozen; and we now have about 40 pounds of Salmon in our freezer. We’re already planning to do it again next year!

    Kyle Jones

    September 3, 2016 at 1:00 pm

    Bobi,
    Thank you for the kind words. You guys were great to spend a few days with. I hope we can do it again!

Bob & Bobi Ashley

September 3, 2016 at 2:51 pm

We’re already making arrangements for a time share in Seaside next August. Is the fishing for Kings generally better during the middle of August, or towards the end? How soon do you take reservations for next year??

    Kyle Jones

    September 6, 2016 at 10:18 am

    Your time frame this year was very good. When we do best on kings is just kind of a matter of what fish came in on what tides. I am already taking reservations for next year so if you have an idea of what dates you want to fish now is a great time to get on the books for next year.

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