The Buoy 10 season has been more productive than expected. As a result, Chinook can no longer be kept from Buoy 10 to Tongue point. The Coho are flushing in nicely which should result in some really good salmon fishing below Tongue point. The ocean North of Cape Falcon is also closing for Salmon after Sunday, August 29th. That’s the bad news. The good news is that fish counts at Bonneville have crossed the ten thousand a day mark. Catches from Longview, St. Helens and Portland have been steadily improving so it’s time to get out and hook a fall Chinook. You’ll have good luck using Pro-Troll flashers with spinners or superbait this time of year. I hope to see you out there this weekend. Tight Lines.
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Thanks for the the info, i have been hunting for a salmon for 2 season now and yet to land one i feel like the major thing i am doing wrong is my fishing depth any ideas on how to dial that in i fish mostly below st. helens by the RV park this time of year water depth 50-35ft.