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Bobbers Drain! Oregon Chinook Fishing

Posted October 22, 2014

Watch as floats drain for Oregon Coastal chinook!Chinook fishing in smaller rivers and streams can be a very exciting experience. In this video the Addicts take their floats, jigs and baits to the Oregon Coast. Watch as they catch chinook (king) salmon using float (bobber) fishing techniques. This video takes place on a few rivers throughout the Oregon Coast.When fall arrives and the rain comes up, tributaries throughout Northern California, Oregon, Washington, Alaska and Canada fill with salmon. Coho, Chinook, Sockeye, Pinks on odd years and Chum salmon are spread throughout rivers. We go fish for them! Please subscribe to...

Fishing Apps | Perfecting the Art of Fishing with Technology

Posted October 03, 2014

Perfecting the Art of Fishing through AppsRegardless of your abilities as an angler or just a straight up fishing enthusiast, buying into the latest technological aids can help you hone your skills. Yes, there will always be fishing fans and anglers that enthuse about the fact that fishing is a primal activity and shouldn’t utilize technology for personal gains. However, who doesn’t want to improve at what they are doing and get the most from an experience?Sometimes utilizing the latest apps available while fishing can determine whether you go home empty handed or record the catch of the day. Needless...

Epic Fishing at Bouy 10! Columbia River Fall Salmon

Posted September 22, 2014

The fall of 2014 is in full swing for salmon fishermen. Anticipation of 1.6 million Columbia River kings and nearly a million coho has spurred great interest in Lower Columbia fishing and the popular Bouy 10 fishery has been outstanding!On the opener, we were already seeing a solid showing of early catches. Ocean fishing was exceptional and the crowds started early. The Bouy 10 area of the Columbia River is essentially the mouth of the river, near Astoria. Fishermen will arrive from long distances to fish this outstanding salmon fishery. Chinook & Coho move into the tidewater of the Columbia...

Summer Steelhead Fishing in Washington

Posted September 16, 2014

Summer Steelhead Fishing is some of the most exciting, action packed fishing the northwest has to offer. The guys from Fishing Addicts Northwest and a few of their friends travel around Washington & Oregon in search of summer steelhead. Using various techniques including: Float Fishing, Spoon Fishing, Spinner Fishing, Drift Fishing, & More! Tributaries of the Columbia river, Oregon coastal rivers, and some Washington coast rivers.Summer Steelhead are a unique target to fish for. They migrate out to the ocean and return to spawn in our rivers and streams. They are impressive acrobats and speedy when hooked. We fished everywhere from...

Washington's 7 Tiger Musky Lakes

Posted September 11, 2014

Author with a Mayfield caught musky. The evergreen state currently has 7 Musky lakes, with the lakes spread fairly evenly from the west side of the state to the east. The lakes are planted annually with one Musky per every 2 acres. The WDFW (Washington department of fish and wildlife) has no plans to add any more lakes at this time, so the current 7 may be it for the foreseeable future.In this article I give a short description of each lake with a rating from my own personal experience. Being a west sider, a few of the east side lakes I've...

Summer Steelhead in Low & Clear Water

Posted August 12, 2014

Summer Steelhead are a unique anadromous target. They are different from their winter counterparts in that they are built to enter fresh water before they are sexually mature, and as a result they spend a long time in the tributaries before spawning. Summer Steelhead in the Columbia River start showing up in March and April, and continue to enter the mouth all the way through fall on their way to tributaries like the Cowlitz, Deschutes and other notable summer steelhead tributaries.Anglers love summer steelhead for a number of reasons. "Summers" are fantastic to eat due to their high fat content...

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