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Best King Season in 5 years

Capt. Jim Lucas
July 28, 2011
Yes Bay - Saltwater Fishing Report

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The King salmon run is finally winding down, we have just completed what has to be our best season in a number of years, with a bunch of big kings hitting the dock almost everyday...Limits daily were the norm with many fish in excess of 35 pounds and several near 40 pounders. And a bunch of high 20 plus pounders and the low 30's.

Pinks and chum are in now and the fishing still remains very good...silvers will be showing up soon and we expect another great year of silver fishing. I caught two small silvers today and only fished for a short time.

Halibut and other bottom fish have also been strong this season although the new halibut regulations have put a damper on big fish, but they are out there for catch and release fishing!

Join us at Yes Bay for some fantastic fishing.

Our daily fishing report is here:

http://yesbaylodge.blogspot.com/

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Yes Bay Fishing Forecast:

The forecast for the rest of the season remains good with Chum, Pink and silvers to come.

Target Species:

King salmon, Chum salmon, Pink salmon, Silver Salmon and Halibut

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Join Capt Jim and fish the waters of SE Alaska from Yes Bay Lodge. The Lodge is a fly-in remote luxury destination with the best in salt water and fresh water fishing. Jim also spends his winter months fishing in Florida, the Bahamas and Central America.

Contact Info:

Yes Bay Lodge
P.O. Box 8660
Ketchikan, AK 99901
Phone: 907-225-7906
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