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Seattle is perched on the Pacific Ocean and has sweeping views of Puget Sound and Mount Rainier. This port city has been home to many rock stars and bands including Alice and Chains, Foo Fighters, Jimi Hendrix, Nirvana, Pearl Jam, Soundgarden, and many more. Enjoy the views, jam out to some tunes, and experience what Seattle fishing has to offer in the rich waters along the coast and up into the mountains.
Anyone interested in Seattle fishing will probably be interested in Salmon. Salmon is an iconic species in the Pacific Northwest, and it is known up and down the coastline thanks to its migratory habits. Although Salmon thrives in salt water, these fish spawn in the freshwater inlets. Every year, Salmon runs up and down the coast, and anglers from all over the world come to cast their lures. Salmon in Seattle is common in the summer with peak months of June and August. Anglers frequently target with success Chinook, Coho, and Sockeye Salmon.
Another popular species for your Seattle fishing excursions is Halibut. Halibut is a springtime fish, and it can be found in the salt water of the Pacific or Puget Sound. There are also many Lingcod, Rockfish, and Sculpin in these waters. In the summer, local fishermen also like snagging Dungeness Crab.
As for freshwater options, Seattle does not disappoint. Rainbow Trout (Stealhead) and Cuttroat Trout are popular options, but there also lots of good Catfish, Crappie, Largemouth Bass, Smallmouth Bass, and Yellow Perch in these waters. Notable freshwater sources in Seattle include Green Lake, Lake Sammamish, Lake Washington, Lake Union, Snoqualmie River and the Duwamish River all nearby.
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There is a 33.09% catch rate for Largemouth Bass, based on 90 Largemouth Bass counted.
ENLARGE SEATTLE LARGEMOUTH BASS COUNTS CHART
There is a 17.28% catch rate for Yellow Perch, based on 47 Yellow Perch counted.
ENLARGE SEATTLE YELLOW PERCH COUNTS CHART
There is a 10.66% catch rate for Pumpkinseed Sunfish, based on 29 Pumpkinseed Sunfish counted.
ENLARGE SEATTLE PUMPKINSEED SUNFISH COUNTS CHART
There is a 8.82% catch rate for Black Crappie, based on 24 Black Crappie counted.
ENLARGE SEATTLE BLACK CRAPPIE COUNTS CHART
There is a 4.41% catch rate for Smallmouth Bass, based on 12 Smallmouth Bass counted.
ENLARGE SEATTLE SMALLMOUTH BASS COUNTS CHART
There is a 2.94% catch rate for Bluegill, based on 8 Bluegill counted.
ENLARGE SEATTLE BLUEGILL COUNTS CHART
There is a 2.57% catch rate for Chum Salmon, based on 7 Chum Salmon counted.
ENLARGE SEATTLE CHUM SALMON COUNTS CHART
There is a 2.57% catch rate for Rainbow Trout, based on 7 Rainbow Trout counted.
ENLARGE SEATTLE RAINBOW TROUT COUNTS CHART
There is a 2.21% catch rate for Rock Bass, based on 6 Rock Bass counted.
ENLARGE SEATTLE ROCK BASS COUNTS CHART
There is a 1.84% catch rate for Coho Salmon, based on 5 Coho Salmon counted.
ENLARGE SEATTLE COHO SALMON COUNTS CHART
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Please check local, state/province, and federal laws before fishing for any species found on this site. All data is based on historical data found for this area, and in some cases as far back as the year 1600.
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The Top 10 Fishing Spots for Seattle are the following:
Wollochet Bay Boat Ramp
Tulalip Bay Boat Ramp
Tillicum Beach Boat Launch
Blake Island Reef
Vaughn Bay Boat Ramp
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August 14 2023 Fishing Report
What more can we say? The salmon fishing has been red hot out of our home town here in the port of Edmonds puget sound. Morning limits plus the captains by 7.30 am. Beyond Aw
August 9th 2023 Fishing Report
Another Great Day Salmon Fishing! The salmon fishing has been red hot out of our home town here in the port of Edmonds puget sound. Morning limits plus the captains fish by 7
July 2023 Salmon Fishing Report
Fishing has been specular here in puget sound out of the port of Edmonds. We’re currently catching a mix of resident coho silver salmon and early King Salmon. Of course we’re
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