Seattle Fishing Report & Blog

Come fly fish for Searun Cutthroat Trout!

Date: April 3, 2024

The inlets and beaches of Puget Sound are some of the only places in the world that you can cast to Wild Coastal Cutthroat Trout in the saltwater. Like their steelhead cousins they spawn in freshwater and return to feed in saltwater. Unlike steelhead they do not go to Japan to feed. They stay home … Continue reading “Come fly fish for Searun Cutthroat Trout!”

SEATTLE SALMON FISHING ON JULY 11

Date: April 9, 2021

Encounters with adult chinook salmon are increasing daily, as thousands of fish begin to migrate back into Puget Sound. Our guests today, Jeremey and Julie, wasted no time in learning the technique of mooching, and hooked into a nice chinook and a coho salmon within the first hour of the trip. Our morning continued with … Continue reading “SEATTLE SALMON FISHING ON JULY 11”

JULY SEATTLE FISHING CHARTER REPORT

Date: April 9, 2021

Resident coho fishing has been excellent the last few days, with numerous fish coming to the boat daily. Our guests this morning, a family of five, were able to pick up the technique of mooching very quickly. Three kids between the ages of 4 and 10 ended up catching the most! By the end of … Continue reading “JULY SEATTLE FISHING CHARTER REPORT”

SEATTLE FISHING

Date: April 9, 2021

SEATTLE FISHING SEASON HAS BEGUN This is the beginning of our favorite time of year in Seattle, summer salmon season on beautiful Puget Sound! It’s a time when the salmon start to come home. Shoals of herring can be found around the edges of our large underwater banks that surround Seattle’s marine environs, and draw … Continue reading “SEATTLE FISHING”

Date: April 9, 2021

FREE FISHING SEMINARS Friday, January 24, 2020 Stage #3 North Hall 4:00 PM Learn to Mooch, Puget Sound Salmon Keith Robbins Saturday, January 25, 2020 Stage #3 North Hall 2:00 PM Learn to Mooch, Puget Sound Salmon Keith Robbins Sunday, January 26, 2020 Stage #3 North Hall 11:00 AM Learn to Mooch, Puget Sound Salmon … Continue reading “”

WHAT A CATCH

Date: April 9, 2021

What a fantastic Day with a limit of hatchery Chinook (King ) Salmon with Troy, Taylor, Reilly and Aaron all from Seattle. Reilly and Troy are regulars who are very good anglers with great attitudes and the right fishing Karma. This King is the largest of the year and much larger than an average Puget … Continue reading “WHAT A CATCH”

SUPER FUN FISHING STORY IN SEATTLE

Date: April 9, 2021

Here is an article that Mark Yuasa wrote back in 2005 – a super fun story fishing with former Mariners catcher Dan Wilson Despite a season-ending injury, Mariners catcher Dan Wilson continues to make spectacular plays in Seattle. In this case, it wasn’t behind home plate… Despite a season-ending injury, Mariners catcher Dan Wilson continues … Continue reading “SUPER FUN FISHING STORY IN SEATTLE”

GREAT SEATTLE SALMON FISHING

Date: April 9, 2021

We made it out for another exciting week on Puget Sound. There is no shortage of great salmon fishing action going on right now and plenty of other folks have keyed in on this! We fished Marine Area 10, Seattle’s backyard, and found a healthy mix of Coho and Chinook. The fleet was out in … Continue reading “GREAT SEATTLE SALMON FISHING”

ELITE PRO PROFILE – CAPTAIN KEITH ROBBINS

Date: April 9, 2021

I have been fishing the waters of Puget Sound since before my father would let me hold a rod. I always wanted to be a fishing guide since we went fishing with a guide when I was a kid in British Columbia. Since 1992 I have been the only guide in the State of Washington … Continue reading “ELITE PRO PROFILE – CAPTAIN KEITH ROBBINS”

GUIDE PROFILE: FLY FISHING SEATTLE WITH KEITH ROBBINS

Date: April 9, 2021

Keith Robbins is a guide on the world-famous waters of Puget Sound in Washington. A Sage Elite Pro, Robbins is also a pro for RIO Products, Simms, and Grady White Boats among others. Robbins recently took the time to interview with The Venturing Angler: Why do you guide where you do? Because it’s in my … Continue reading “GUIDE PROFILE: FLY FISHING SEATTLE WITH KEITH ROBBINS”

IT WAS A NASTY DAY – THE STORY OF A ROD, LOST AND FOUND

Date: April 9, 2021

Check out this article written by Captain Keith Robbins & Ron Monaco on sageflyfish.com!

GET READY SEATTLE! CHINOOK (KING) SALMON HARVEST SEASON

Date: April 9, 2021

Ok get ready Seattle, Chinook (king) Salmon harvest season has just opened with a bang and there have been a great mix of 10-20 pound Hatchery Chinook (king) Salmon and a few into the mid twenties and still some resident Coho (silver) Salmon around as well. It is the most fun time of year if … Continue reading “GET READY SEATTLE! CHINOOK (KING) SALMON HARVEST SEASON”

FROM SEA TO TABLE

Date: April 9, 2021

5 PACIFIC NORTHWEST ANIMALS YOU MAY SEE ON OUR SIGHTSEEING TOURS

Date: April 9, 2021

The Puget Sound is known for its salmon fishing, but it’s also a great place to simply go out on a boat and enjoy the sites. With towering buildings, active wildlife, and much more, this body of water truly has a lot to offer. From breaching whales to bald eagles, here are a few Pacific … Continue reading “5 PACIFIC NORTHWEST ANIMALS YOU MAY SEE ON OUR SIGHTSEEING TOURS”

4 OCCASIONS YOU SHOULD CELEBRATE ON A SEATTLE FISHING BOAT

Date: April 9, 2021

Summer is here, and that means warmer weather, longer days, and all the more reason to spend some time on a boat. Whether you’re commending dads, grads, or anyone else who has something to celebrate, a fishing trip might just be the gift they are hoping for. For veterans and rookies alike, here are a … Continue reading “4 OCCASIONS YOU SHOULD CELEBRATE ON A SEATTLE FISHING BOAT”

MEET THE 5 SALMON SPECIES YOU’LL FIND IN THE PUGET SOUND

Date: April 9, 2021

While some people are fish experts, others aren’t as well versed in fishing and the differences between each subspecies. Many people know there are salmon in the Puget Sound, but less people known how to tell whether the salmon you caught is a Chum, Chinook, or Sockeye. Whether you’re an expert fisherman or casting a … Continue reading “MEET THE 5 SALMON SPECIES YOU’LL FIND IN THE PUGET SOUND”

OUT OF IDEAS FOR VALENTINE’S DAY? THIS YEAR, SPEND IT ON THE PUGET SOUND

Date: April 9, 2021

Its February, and Valentine’s Day is right around the corner. Some couples go for the typical romantic candle light dinner. Some they send their lady flowers or give their man a heartfelt card. Instead of sticking to the usual routine, this might be the year to think outside the box for Valentine’s Day: consider a … Continue reading “OUT OF IDEAS FOR VALENTINE’S DAY? THIS YEAR, SPEND IT ON THE PUGET SOUND”

BEGINNER’S GUIDE TO SALTWATER FLY FISHING

Date: April 9, 2021

When most people imagine fly fishing, they probably picture a person in waders in a river or stream, placidly flicking their line back and forth. However, fly fishing isn’t limited to moving bodies of fresh water; many have already discovered the joys of saltwater fly fishing. It is similar to freshwater fly fishing, but the … Continue reading “BEGINNER’S GUIDE TO SALTWATER FLY FISHING”

SALMON GUIDE’S NEW BOAT: EDLANA

Date: April 9, 2021

The newest addition to the Salmon Guide “fleet” is a 257 Grady White Center console with a twin 150 Yamaha. Quiet and clean, equipped with four stroke engines and Raymarine GPS, sonar and radar. This is Captain Keith’s third Grady White and he has been part of the Grady White family since 1993. The new … Continue reading “SALMON GUIDE’S NEW BOAT: EDLANA”

THE 5 BEST OUTDOOR ESCAPES IN THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST

Date: April 9, 2021

The Pacific Northwest is home to some amazing natural features that attract millions of tourists each year, but after the trip to Pike Place Market and the Space Needle, you may be looking for something new to do during your next visit to Seattle. If you’re ready to get out of your comfort zone and … Continue reading “THE 5 BEST OUTDOOR ESCAPES IN THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST”

WHAT TO DO IN SEATTLE AFTER A DAY ON THE WATER

Date: April 9, 2021

There’s nothing like a day spent on the water with friends, mother nature, and a bunch of fish. That being said, that much time spent in the boat can wear anybody out, so once you’ve packed up the gear for the day, be sure to check out a few local favorites and skip the tourist … Continue reading “WHAT TO DO IN SEATTLE AFTER A DAY ON THE WATER”

MAKE YOUR GUYS’ WEEKEND MEMORABLE WITH A FISHING TOUR

Date: April 9, 2021

If you’ve been looking for an excuse to get together with your buddies and reunite for a memorable guy’s weekend, there’s no better experience than a guided salmon mooching trip on the Puget Sound. No matter how experienced and seasoned you are as a fisherman, mooching or saltwater fly fishing can be fun and challenging … Continue reading “MAKE YOUR GUYS’ WEEKEND MEMORABLE WITH A FISHING TOUR”

MOOCHING FOR SALMON IN PUGET SOUND – VIDEO

Date: April 9, 2021

We recently went out with a videographer and shot a couple of great videos on the Seattle waterfront. In this video, Captain Keith Robbins explains why mooching is his preferred method for salmon fishing in the Puget Sound and shows how mooch fishing actually works. What is Mooch Fishing? Unlike trolling, which is fishing out … Continue reading “MOOCHING FOR SALMON IN PUGET SOUND – VIDEO”

SPOT TAIL SALMON GUIDE – VIDEO

Date: April 9, 2021

CAPT. KEITH ROBBINS: YOUR SPOT TAIL SALMON GUIDE Captain Keith Robbins is an expert fisherman. He’ll help you make the most of your experience on the Puget Sound.

WHAT TO PACK ON YOUR SALMON FISHING TRIP

Date: April 9, 2021

The Puget Sound is a spectacular place for fishing and promises truly a one-of-a-kind experience every time you’re out on the boat. There’s an abundance of fish within quick distance of downtown Seattle, making a guided tour of Puget Sounds best fishing spots a great way to spend a vacation weekend in the Pacific Northwest. … Continue reading “WHAT TO PACK ON YOUR SALMON FISHING TRIP”

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Date: April 8, 2021

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