Whidbey Island beaches?

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  1. jcalderon

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    I am new to the saltwater game, and I am from the everett area, however I was hoping that someone could point me in the direction of a decent beach to try on whidbey. I will be in the coupeville area saturday morning to visit family, I would like to fish the early morning on the south end of whidbey, or closer to coupville, either way.


    Thanks in advance for your help.
     
  2. Ron Crawford

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    Two good spots I have fished are Bush Point (best for coho) and the little park at the possession boat ramp (for pinks)
     
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  4. Gary Strassburg

    Gary Strassburg 'cuz chicks dig scars

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    Head down south from the Keystone ferry dock and park anywhere along the beach... walk over the driftwood rocks and sand... and start casting... You just might see me out there as well.

    Just look for the 6' 5" guy that can't cast worth a damn... that will be me. :)

    Gary
     
  5. Big E

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    Or me. :clown:

    Gary isn't the only one who has the lock on being a big guy who can't cast.