|It had barely rolled over to September when we first started seeing nice pods of Fall Chinook on the coast. A big relief when compared to the Fall run in 2007.
||Two boys from Texas enjoyed some of the best the Oregon Coast has to offer. Warm sunny skies and chrome bright Fall Chinook Salmon.
||A pair of chrome jacks made their way from the river to the BBQ grill. We don't generally keep fish but these two chrome bright jack chinook had the right gene pool status to be labeled "dinner"
|In addition to coastal Chinook we are also catching a few Fall fish in the Sandy, like this small wild buck. Good numbers of jack silver salmon are also present, along with a few adult fish.
||Sandy Fall chinook are mixed in with early coho salmon (silvers), so please be sure to identify your fish correctly as all wild chinook must be released unharmed and hatchery coho may be taken home.