Steelhead are being caught by shore and pier anglers. Try casting orange spoons or using fresh salmon spawn.
Boat anglers are still catching chinook, coho and steelhead. Some of the better fishing was found in the top 50 to 60 feet in waters up to 100 feet deep.
Boat anglers are taking limit catches of trout and salmon 40 to 80 feet down in 200 to 400 feet of water with small spoons. Orange and green were the hot colors. Those using cut bait caught bigger fish. Pier fishing was slow.
Salmon and trout have been found out deep in more than 400 feet of water. Try small spoons 30 to 80 feet down. Pier fishing was slow.
A few mature salmon have been caught on flies and plugs in the harbor and around the piers. Younger salmon have been caught offshore when trolling small orange or green spoons. Pier anglers caught a few chinook on glow spoons.
Is producing good salmon action between the piers and 90 feet of water. Anglers are bringing in some big fish weighing 20 pounds or more! Meat rigs and spin/fly combos were catching the majority of fish. Chinook were caught off the piers at dawn and dusk when using glow spoons.
Salmon were caught from the end of the pier out to 120 feet of water on flies and meat rigs. Pier anglers caught a few salmon in the early morning.
Salmon are being caught in 75 to 140 feet of water. Meat rigs are catching adult chinook. Pier fishing was slow.
Salmon have been caught all the way out to 120 feet of water. Glow plugs and spoons were best in the early morning or cut bait once the sun comes up. Pier anglers caught chinook in the early morning when casting glow spoons.
Salmon fishing was slow but some nice chinook were caught 40 to 80 feet down in 80 to 160 feet of water. Try running blue spoons or glow spoons in low light conditions. Pier fishing is slow.
Chinook salmon have been caught up near the piers and out to waters 150 feet deep. Try to find the thermocline when trolling green and orange spoons with flies. Look for steelhead near the surface.
Boat anglers were catching chinook in 50 to 150 feet of water. Try running green flies or spoons. Coho and steelhead were also caught off shore when fishing the top 50 feet with orange spoons. Pier fishing was slow.
Salmon fishing is slow with a few fish caught in 100 to 200 feet of water. Try green flies or spoons in the bottom half of the water column. Steelhead could be found in the top 60 feet of water. Try running orange spoons or body baits.
Salmon action was slow with only a few fish caught 60 to 120 feet down in waters 100 to 200 feet deep. Steelhead were caught in the top 40 feet when trolling orange spoons. Pier fishing was slow.