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Reel Time Fishing Northwest

Mark Yuasa covers fishing and outdoors in the Pacific Northwest.

September 24, 2012 at 11:58 AM

It’s Reel Time Trivia so put on your thinking fishing cap

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Here is the Reel Time Pacific Northwest fishing and outdoor trivia question of the week:

This huge river that feeds into a major habor on the southcentral coast is so close to many metropolitan areas, and offers a great access to both boat and bank anglers.

It has a variety of migrating salmon, but it’s king fishery that can go well into the winter time is by far the biggest draw for fish that can exceed 45-plus pounds. At some points of the salmon season you can catch a king, coho and chum on a single trip. In fact the huge schools of chum can be a nuisance while trying to get into the coho and kings.

Many other nearby rivers get a lot of attention for their winter steelhead runs, and this one often gets overlooked and is a great producer. The headwaters of this river start on the southwest side of the Olympic National Forest fairly close the Quinault Indian Reservation.

Where am I fishing?

The person to answer this question first will win a nice outdoor related book or some fishing tackle.

Please email your answer to myuasa@seattletimes.com. The winner will be announced on Friday, Sept. 28. Be sure to include an email plus phone number so we can ensure you’ll get your prize.

This will be an ongoing weekly trivia contest where the winner will receive a prize that will range from books, fishing gear and other cool items from the outdoors gunnysack.

Here are our rules for The Seattle Times contest.

(Photo courtesy of Gerald Chew of Mercer Island.)

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