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King Salmon Fishing

 

West Coast Fishing With Dave offers King Salmon Fishing out of Ucluelet. We offer 4 hour trips to all day excursions. King salmon originate from rivers all over the Western United States and Canada from California to Alaska and have be known to grow as large as 80 pounds. The King Salmon, known to Canadians as the Chinook, is desirable to sports fisherman for two primary reasons. They are the largest of all Pacific salmon and can be found in coastal waters during all twelve months of the year. Summer runs of mature King salmon begin in May and continue until late September. In October, non-spawning King salmon or Chinook, move in and occupy through until May again. These resident winter King salmon tend to be found in deeper waters than their summer counterparts. Typically, winter King salmon can be found between 100 and 250 feet. The key to King Salmon fishing is to remember that they are carnivores. They tend to hunt smaller fish and dying members of the school. With this in mind, anchovy or herring strip bait tends to catch more King Salmon in more areas. With 30 years of King Salmon Fishing experience, let West Coast Fishing With Dave guide your adventure
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
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