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If you have ever fished for Coho in any of the northern Puget Sound rivers, then you know that they can be an incredibly finicky and ridiculously lockjawed bunch of fish. Even though I have tried at least a dozen times to catch Coho out of northern rivers such as the Skagit, Stillaguamish and Snohomish, those enigmatic fish are still holding out o...  [read more]
By: AJFishDude   Article Category: Saltwater   Date: 10/10/2014
The Columbia River is still kicking out its share of walleyes that weigh 10-pounds or more. But hold the phone! If you’re thinking of heading to the Columbia to get a big one there yourself there are a number of extremely important things to do before you ever leave home.In my last couple of columns I’ve told you part of what one of the Pacifi...  [read more]
By: Stan Fagerstrom for The Mack Attack   Article Category: Stories   Date: 8/26/2014
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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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Posted: 07-07-2014, 08:12 AM
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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".

Be sure to sign up on our Forums and you'll get your newsletter in your E-mail In-Box every month. You don't want to miss it!

June Newsletter
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Posted: 06-25-2014, 06:31 PM
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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 by: Mike Carey
Posted: 05-15-2014, 06:34 AM
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