where to fish?

Discussion in 'Saltwater' started by Redcat22, Aug 30, 2009.

  1. Redcat22

    Redcat22 Born to fish forced to work!

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    I want to get out this week and get some fishing in salt water and was wondering where i should go? I live in Seattle (beacon hill) was thinking of going back down to dash point and wondering if there still there or maybe try Lincoln park again? Just wondering if anyone has been having any luck? I have my pontoon that i can use.

    Thanks KC
     
  2. Evan Burck

    Evan Burck Fudge Dragon

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    i was out near DP this morning and there's still lots of fish around. a pontoon would definitely help
     
  3. Redcat22

    Redcat22 Born to fish forced to work!

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    Any idea about parking? I don't want another ticket.
     
  4. constructeur

    constructeur Active Member

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    I'd start by parking legally :thumb:

    as far as LP goes, pay attention to the tides. If you're not catching fish, then fish at different times! Start paying close attention to the size of fly you're using, how much material it's tied w/, where in the elemet it's 'swimming,' etc.

    To fill in slow time learn to play games like 'hacksack crab', or 'ninja kick jelly fish.' :cool:
     
  5. Tom Johnston

    Tom Johnston Been around a while

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    [/QUOTE] To fill in slow time learn to play games like 'hacksack crab', or 'ninja kick jelly fish.' :cool:[/QUOTE]

    Or you can practice the infamous Pike Street throw with sculpins.
     
  6. jbusch

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    There is still plenty of pinks around at Shilshole. They seem to all be heading south like they've been doing the last few weeks. Not sure how the beach guys are doing as I've been boatin' it lately. Seems like they've been getting a bit bigger as well (in weight, not their back). Enjoy!
     
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    I fished Shilshole today. I didn't catch any and no one else caught anything as well. Nothing to do except talk about how all the boat guys were getting fish and wishing we had a boat. haha Oh well maybe next time.
     
  8. Greg Armstrong

    Greg Armstrong OldRodsHaveMoreFun

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    Park at Redondo ($7.00 all day permit), throw your tube over the bulkhead, jump in it and fish. Lots of pinks are still around, from there down past Dash Pt.