Here is the Reel Time Pacific Northwest fishing and outdoor trivia question of the week:
This marine location in Puget Sound draws plenty of salmon fishing action throughout the year, but many look at July and August for kings either mooching, trolling or jigging.
It is by far one of the most famous locations with a huge boathouse nearby, and a sprawling city park.
Anglers can target salmon from the ferry landing adjacent to the ample-sized boat ramp, and work their way west to the point where the current can get a bit crazy when the tide ebbs.
Many anglers will also troll along the “flats” in the middle of channel and then head north to a point on an island to fish the flood tide. As the king run nears its peak in late August many will fish east where the brackish water from one of the South Sound’s largest river spills out into the bay.
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(Photo by Seattle Times staff Genevieve Liang)