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Since there are so many fish species that are caught on the Sonic Baitfish® (SBF) in September, this issue will cover just three of my favorite species.Coho (silver) salmon…Jig, cast or troll. Jig or cast (depending on water depth), a 1/4, 1/3, 1/2 or 3/4 SBF. To maximize flutter on the fall, fish the lightest SBF to effectively reach your tar...  [read more]
By: Captain Pete Rosko for The Mack Attack   Article Category: Tackle   Date: 9/26/2014
Holly cow, it’s October! September sure flew by. It seems like fall used to be a slow time for fishing around here, but not any more. Summer run salmon fishing was hardly over before people were heading down to the Hanford Reach chasing fall salmon. There is still plenty of fall fishing down there ahead of us, and before we know it steelhead ...  [read more]
By: Dave Graybill   Article Category: Rivers   Date: 9/26/2014
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Sockeye Mania!
It's been a great year for sockeye, despite Lake Washington fizzling and Baker Lake not hitting pre-season forecasts. Check out our August Newsletter for some articles and videos that will help you get in on the action!

August Newsletter

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Posted: 08-12-2014, 01:38 PM
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July Newsletter and What's New
Our July Edition of Northwest Fishing Reports has gone out. This month the focus is on Spiny Ray action with articles on walleye fishing, a video on Banks lake walleye, and an in-depth look at Eloika Lake largemouth bass. We didn't forget the river guys as Jason Brooks gives us detailed information on Skykomish Kings and Steelhead.

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June Newsletter
Our June Newsletter is out and has some great information on kokanee, walleye, and a special treat, fishing crappie with "The Jigmiester".

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June Newsletter
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May Newsletter Features Lake Stevens
Our May Newsletter is out featuring articles on Lake Stevens kokanee (just in time for the Derby), Lake Coeur d'Alene Springtime Chinook 101, and Springers fishing on the Columbia River.

Read all about it here: May Northwest Fishing Reports Newsletter
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Posted: 05-15-2014, 06:34 AM
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