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Targeting Lingcod and Rockfish – Mid March thru Sept
Deep water Lincod – June 1 thru June 14, all September
Departures: 5:30 to 6:30AM
Limits: You are allowed seven Rockfish and up-to two Lingcod per person. Crab trips are up to six per person.
Season opens on Saturday, Mid March, we will be targeting Rockfish and there is a seven fish limit per person. Exciting news this year is that we will be allowed to retain Canary Rockfish in our daily seven fish limit! We will fish for Lingcod on these trips as well; there is a two fish limit per person.
Early in the year Lingcod can be very exciting. Rockfish handling fee is $10.00 per person. Trips leave the dock at 5:30 – 6:00AM.
We open our fishing season every year in mid-March when lingcod season opens.
Trip price includes sales tax. A fishing license is required and available for sale on the charter boat, $10 cash each. See the section below on what to bring for more details. Boats return between 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM most days. Trips are based on 7 to 8-hour days and sea conditions.
Please tip your captain or crew. 20% of the cost of your trip is customary + fillet charges. (ex. $275 trip cost = $55 + fillet charges).
Payment Policy: A credit card will secure reservations. Payments for bottomfish, salmon, combo trips, Deep water Lincod, Halibut and Tuna fish trips will be made in full with credit card, debit card, or cash.
Cancellation Policy: Salmon, bottom fish, and combo trips require a 30-day in-writing prior notice for cancellation for a refund. No refund for Halibut, Deepwater Lingcod, or Tuna trips cancellation at anytime. Refunds will be charged 10% Boating Fee and 6% Credit card transaction fee. No refunds for bad weather or unsafe Sea conditions. We will reschedule weather cancelations available open dates for this year or next season.
We are not responsible for lodging or travel costs due to weather and unsafe sea condition or mechanical failure.
WHAT TO BRING
- Wear warm clothing, dress in layers
- Non-scuffing rubber boots and rain gear
- Bring a lunch and beverages
- Sunglasses, hat, sunscreen
- Small personal coolers allowed in cabin (not on deck)
- Seasickness medication if needed (not everyone feels the effects of the sea)
- You will need a WA State Saltwater fishing (14 years and younger no license required). A punch card for all ages if you’re Halibut fishing and or a Salmon punch card for Salmon trips.