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News — fishing for salmon

Sushi Sushi Sushi!!! Lets Roll...

Posted February 09, 2022

 As a seafood lover, sushi is one of my favorite ways to enjoy the fish my family and I catch. Raw fish isn't everyone's cup of tea, if you try it and don't like it right away don't give up, quality sushi can be hard to find and there are many different styles and ingredients to choose from. The three main styles are, the typical rolls most people think of wrapped in nori which is the Japanese word for seaweed, the other two are nigiri and sashimi. In this article we will be focusing on how to properly make sushi...

DIY 500 Pound PUMPKIN Smoker! (Pumpkin SPICE Smoked SALMON!)

Posted October 25, 2020

We have a special halloween edition of Addicted for you today! In today's episode we will be building a homemade fish smoker from scratch using a 500 pound giant halloween pumpkin! We do a special pumpkin spice salmon recipe and we actually use the pumpkin to smoke the fish! This is a special little catch and cook for you all! We hope you guys like this episode because we put a ton into this one! Please do us a huge favor smash the thumbs up, and share it to a couple friends. Thanks again for watching, make sure to tune...

"How-To" | Rigging Pro Troll Flashers & Brad's Superbaits for Fall Chinook

Posted October 06, 2015

In this video Cameron from Team Dusky explains from start to finish exactly how to rig this set up the way we do it.By now it's no secret to anyone that these set ups work! Pro Troll Flashers with Brad's Superbaits have taken the westside by storm in the last few weeks!This technique has been used on the east side for a long time now, but now the rest of the Columbia River Fishermen have caught on in a big way!

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