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Tillamook Bay Fishing Report June 8th 2017

Tillamook Bay Fishing Report June 8th 2017

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Fishing Tillamook Bay the past the past few weeks has been a lot slower than expected. It could be the large tides of the Pacfic we are having or the full moon. What ever the cause, fish are not moving into the bay like normal, hopefully they are stacked up just off the coast. I will keep fishing for these amazing fish thru the month as June is typically peak season here in Tillamook for spring chinook.

The thing about fishing is that the fish don’t follow the calendar. Fish move based on water conditions, temperature, flow and weather conditions just to name a few. Don’t be surprised if the fish stamped into the bay and up the rivers in record pace. If you happen to be on the river on that day it will be crazy.

I had been focusing on the upper bay with spinners and herring, but with very few fish being caught I have now been in the lower bay looking for fresh fish. We will continue to fish different areas with different techniques as the fish continue to move in.

I hope when ocean conditions improve we can sneak outside and find fish before they enter the bay. Bottom fishing has been great when conditions allow and crabbing is improving. If you have never been “outside” from Tillamook it is a great experience. The rock fishing can be very good and we also pick up Ling Cod.

Keep watching these reports, I’ll be posting Tillamook Bay Fishing Reports at least weekly throughout the summer. The Spring/Summer runs could go back to back with the Fall runs this year which could mean terrific fishing for the next 6 months. I will be guiding out of Astoria in the next few months so if you want to fish Bouy 10 please give me a call to get on the schedule.

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Greetings, The 2016 Spring Chinook Salmon Fishing is upon us in Tillamook starting May & June. We also are taking bookings for the Summer Chinook Fishing in July on the Nehalem. If your interested in the Buoy 10 Fishery in August we have very limited days left so if you wanna get in on the action now's the time to get on the books. We hope everyone is having a wonderful start to Spring and we look forward to getting you all back out on the water and into some chrome. If you have questions or to book you can contact us via email or phone 503-803-2616 503-812-2225.


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Ted & Jamie Teufel

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