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Let's take a spin into the cove where the big browns hang out and troll through there with these lures but bring it in to 45' so we can make turns in there. As we were making a turn and heading out of the cove, Greg's rod buries and I think he has hung up but soon see it pulling out line faster then we were trolling so I said, "Hang on, that's a big one!" He expertly worked the fish closer to the boat and I kept it in gear so it didn't feel too much resistance as with the very light gear I run was worried it would make a dash for the bushes we were getting close to. Soon I saw the tail on the surface and realized it was a monster brown! I took it out of gear and Greg slowly glided it to the net and WHOOSH!! Into the boat goes the biggest brown ever caught out of my boat! We measured it at 24.5" and over 5lbs on my scale but when I got back to the store they had an official scale that weighed it at 5lb 15ounces so I feel safe calling this beast a 6 pounder! On top of that, we also got a perch! By NWFR member "salmonbarry"
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If you’re not familiar with, or have never been to Neah Bay, you are missing a crown jewel of the Pacific Northwest. Located as far west as you can go in the continental United States, Neah Bay is a small little village of a town that has some of the best near shore bottom fishing waters an angler could ask for. Its fisheries offer small boat owners an excellent chance at catching keeper ling, halibut, cabezon and other tasty bottom fish just a short distance from its sheltered marina. On calm days (which are not uncommon), anglers in open boats can venture out to fish the most scenic rocky shores Washington has to offer. It’s no wonder that so many eagerly wait for April every year to get their chance at trophy lings and limits of delicious black sea bass.
Everybody loves salmon. The thing is, some people don’t consider Kokanee “real” salmon. I kind of feel bad for the little guys. They’re like the crazy country cousin nobody admits to having but everyone does. I’m one of those guys, both with the crazy cousin and a Kokanee hater.
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