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Tiger Musky 101

Posted 5 years ago

Tiger Musky 101The fish of 10,000 casts...the Musky. We're fortunate in Washington state to have 7 lakes in which to pursue this fun and hard fighting fish! This is the first in a series of articles on hunting the Tiger Musky. The Tiger Musky is a cross between a pure bred Musky and a Northern Pike. They have been planted in Washington state to control populations of nuisance fish such as the Northern Pike Minnow and various species of Suckers. Tigers can grow to 50+ inches and 40+ pounds, making them an  appealing sport fish. They are known as ambush...

Hog-Line Etiquette | Anchor Fishing For Salmon

Posted 5 years ago

Anchor Fishing For Salmon on the Columbia River This fall the Columbia River will a large run of chinook salmon blasting through tidewater all the way to the upper reaches. Fishermen all over will hitch up boats in anticipation of great fishing, forming "hog-lines" up and down the big river. With this in mind we thought we'd share a little bit of info on anchoring etiquette.Every boat in the river has got a place they want to fish and even if you don't, you can always pull into a line of boats and join the party! Hog-lines are especially popular with...

Go The Distance - Premier North West Bass Fishing

Posted 5 years ago

Northwest Bass Fishing - Go The DistanceOur favorite home waters undeniably have some great Bass lurking in the shadows and waiting for us in our favorite honey holes, but living in the Pacific Northwest puts us in an ideal position to head for waters that are a little more distant. Yes, you can catch some quality fish in Silver Lake, Lacamas Lake, Vancouver Lake, Battleground Lake, the Willamette, backwaters of the Columbia on the Oregon and Washington sides, and some smaller, less notable waters within a short drive, but it is worth it to do some research, pull out some...

Wobbler Fishing the Columbia River

Posted 5 years ago

Early Fall Wobbler SuccessEvery year, the largest of the Columbia River salmon runsWobbler fishing could be seen as simple and no doubt it is simplistic in nature - that's a large part of the appeal. With that in mind it is the subtleties of the technique that equal payoff. "Hog-lines" form and boats drop anchor, rods are rigged up and lines are dropped; coffee is poured and stories start. Hopefully, if all goes well the rods will fold and nets will fly.You can go out in the Columbia river with a rudimentary knowledge of Wobbler fishing and have success, especially...

Several 20 Pound Steelhead | Addicted!

Posted 5 years ago

Several 20 pound Steelhead on film - Fishing in Washington & Oregon for big wild & hatchery steelhead!Float fishing, drift fishing and many more techniques are used to hook big aggressive fish!Fishing Addicts Northwest - Multiple 20+ pound Steelhead on film!We fished Oregon & Washington to find trophy steelhead, not all in film were in the 20 pound mark as you'll plainly see. We had great fun.Techniques include: jig fishing, pink worms, spinners, spoons & more!

The Best Way to Bleed Salmon & Steelhead

Posted 5 years ago

Steelhead & Salmon are one of the finest in table fare, but why spend all that time catching & preparing fish if you don't take full advantage of the flavor? Properly bleeding a fish is one of the biggest keys to getting the most out of rich, flavorful Steelhead fillets. In this tutorial, Marlin LeFever of Fishing Addicts Northwest will show you how to bleed the fish properly. The fish used in tutorial is a hatchery winter steelhead, caught on a bobber and jig. Hope this helps!We'll keep you updated with tutorials, tips & tricks! Follow us:

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