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Fishing was great this weekend. Most browns are 6-9 but some nice kings in the high teens showed up. All within 20 ft of shore both east and west of the chute. The water color with the chop was a nice setup. The only negative was the black bugs all over the windshield lol...ohh well. Looks like a nice week ahead

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How good is the fishing in Fair Haven. I just woke up, the charter boats that went out are already back with full boxes....nice browns 6-9 right in front of the park...It is breezy and cold out but here comes the sun...

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Been up for the last 5 day. Did well when we had a good mud line but now it's gone and and you have to put in the time. It's been a great year for the kings in close. As others have said 20-30 fow down 10-15 ft. We have taken 1 or 2 everyday. All the kings on spoons and most of the browns on spoons also. Be up through the weekend hopfuly the weather gives us a break. 

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Well forget it today lol. Me and captain bill of positive thihkin were going to go out if the winds died but it just simply shifted out of the north making it worse lol....Feels like early March around here today ....Maybe tomorrow...

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The net pen fish were released yesterday with success.  Thanks to Werner and all of those involved in yesterday's efforts as well as to all who took part in the feeding and care of the fish.  Also, once again this could not be done without Bayside marina and Turtle Cove letting us use their docks etc...

 

We will need some help rolling the pens back onto the tarps the weekend of June 23rd after the Wounded Warrior experience wraps up.

 

 

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Great fishing continues. Kings are being caught straight out at 90 feet. Browns still in close.Today was a no go. Six footers by noon....long weekend coming up but it looks like rain for this weekend. Hopefully this little blow doesnt change things.

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Fishing is awesome  so far. Browns and kings are still in close anywhere from 10 ft to 150 has been productive. Most fish range in the 6 - 10 lb range on browns and kings in the teens. It did slow down a little yesterday.  

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Well Summer fishing is in full swing. The Fish are anywhere from 140 out deep. Water is still cold and mostly clear.. Ive been marking fish mostly above 60 fow... Most fish are still in the teens. Yesterday I took my son and his family out. We spent about an hour or so hoping to get Brendan his  first Salmon.. Fortunately with a little yanking and cranking we got one for him.

 

 

 

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Its a center console shes right in the middle but yes toward the left of the console. And yea he got a good induction into what a salmon tastes like lol...I bet today we get some 10 footers out here. Its blowing hard....might change up the fishing..

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Fishing still remains consistent here at FH. Most are still out within the 140 to 250 range. 60 down range. Spoons have been working well along with bait. The bait fish are in so for those who fish them there are huge pods out in the bay out by the winery.....Welcome to Summer. Nice few days ahead rain comes around for the weekend.

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Just a reminder / request for this weekend out of Fair Haven for anyone fortunate enough to be out on the water or in town in the afternoon.

We have over 30 wounded vets planning on coming to Fair Haven to fish this Saturday.  Unlike years past there will not be a parade this year due to circumstances (PM me if you have questions), but there will be a meet and greet / opportunity to say thank you from the public at the town pavilion behind the town offices Saturday afternoon.

The vets will be meeting at Turtle Cove with the Captains / Boat owners and Mates between 5 and 5:30AM and getting a little breakfast thanks to Brian.  From there they will be broken up and hit the water with their teams.  Anyone on the water is asked to help out as much as possible if you find a magic depth, color, pattern, speed, etc... to try to help get the rod to bend a few more times for these guys.  Lines will be pulled around noon and they will then head to Bayside Marina for some pictures and fish cleaning. 

After the pictures are taken they will be heading back to town for a chicken barbecue and goodies, as well as "thank you's" from all of us folks who can fish because of their sacrifices.  Please feel free to stop by and let them know that what they did is appreciated.  Some of these guys are from the most recent wars and some date back to the Vietnam era when there wasn't any thanks given to them when they came back.

Thanks in advance.

 

 

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