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Fish Species



Chinook Salmon


Chinook Salmon

Chinook Salmon or Kings

Chinook are probably the most sought after fish of the salmon species.

They are the largest and bigger is usually better.

Whether in salt or fresh water they will not disappoint the fisherman.

Coho Salmon


Coho Salmon

Coho Salmon or Silvers

Coho are known for their aerial displays.

They are smaller than the kings but are way faster and can be a challenge to keep the line tight.

Chum Salmon


Chum Salmon

Chum Salmon or Dogs

Chum are rarely caught in our waters.

Pound for pound these fish hold their own when it comes to landing one.

Sockeye Salmon


Sockeye Salmon

Sockeye Salmon or Reds

Sockeye are not usaually caught in our ocean waters.

We do get Sockeye in the Sol Duc river.

They migrate to Lake Pleasant to spawn.

Pink Salmon


Pink Salmon

Pink Salmon or Humpies

Pinks are caught in the ocean during odd years.

We only see these fish in the ocean.

They usually do not spawn in the local rivers.

Steelhead


Steelhead

Halibut


Halibut

Tuna


Tuna

Ling Cod


Ling Cod

Sea Bass


Sea Bass
*Chinook Salmon   |   *King Salmon   |   *Coho Salmon   |   *Silver Salmon   |   *Chum Salmon   |   Sockeye Salmon   |   Red Salmon   |   Humpies   |   *Steelhead   |   *Halibut   |   *Tuna   |   *Ling Cod   |   *Sea Bass

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