Seattle Salmon Fishing

seattle salmon fishing

Light tackle mooching is our specialty! Mooching is a local technique where you will hold the rod, feel the bite, and set the hook yourself. We prefer this method because it’s an active experience. Where trollers are stationary, looking at their rods all day and almost always sharing a fishing rod, on our Seattle fishing charter boat, you will actively work the bait at different depths to maximize your experience. This type of fishing is intended for those who like to cast, hold their own rod and hook, and feel the fish bite.

Anyone can mooch; you don’t have to have years of experience or high skill levels to try this technique. This method means you’re not sitting around on the boat all day: when mooching, salmon usually stop the bait as you drop the line; sometimes you’ll have to reel as fast as you can to catch up with the fish as they swim towards the surface. Mooching is a little more work but a lot more fun! By the time you get off the boat you’ll be an experienced moocher.

We are frequently recommended by Seattle’s finest hotels, fishing & tackle shops, and travel agencies. With nearly three decades of professional fishing charter and fishing guide experience, newcomers and veterans alike can rely on our trusted reputation. They’ll get a chance to safely enjoy an exciting fishing trip just minutes from Downtown Seattle.

Morning Guided Salmon Charter Trips

Morning trips are 6 hours long. You can reserve a full boat for a private group.

Private Boat: $1,100
– The private boat fee includes up to 4 passengers.

Afternoon Guided Salmon Charter Trips

All afternoon trips are private boats for up to 4 guests. These trips are available between June 15 and September 15. Custom trips are available upon request.

4-Hour Trip: $900

 

LEARN TO MOOCH WITH CAPT. KEITH

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“Its pretty easy fishing, very little gear, and it’s really fun. As soon as you feel that first slack line (the hit on the drop), you’re gonna be hooked as a moocher.”
– Captain Keith Robbins