SALMON ADDICT wrote:
I have seen the first link,the second one helps on bait,depth and evenings,thanks.I'm hoping to get some of that firsthand info like I'll put out there for salmon in Puget Sound,120'-200' water depth right on the line dividing areas 8-2 and 9 east side in front of shipwreck,trolling a light green skirted squid about 40' to 100' deep.That put about a dozen nice salmon (coho) in my boat this last fall.
I fish the same area but caught most of my fish trolling 100-150' runing south of the bouy along the outer edge of possession bar with a uv squid with a small trailer squid on the back hook. I did catch a lot of coho but most of them didn't have a clip fin so had to toss them back. I caught more wild coho and king than I have caught in the past several years maybe this means the wild are starting to recover or they just are not clipping all the fins