Here is the Reel Time Pacific Northwest fishing and outdoor trivia question of the week:
This beautiful bay in the eastern Strait of Juan de Fuca offers salmon anglers plenty of chances to go fishing during many times of the year.
It is protected during the winter (and open right now for hatchery chinook fishing) from southerly winds and during the summer it provides small boat anglers an ideal place to fish with a firm sand and gravel area at the primitive boat launch.
Anglers can troll in this bay, but drift mooching a cut-plug herring or jigging a metalhead for kings along the kelp beds is the way to go. Most of the salmon action takes place from the western end of the bay to the mouth of a salty (not the real name) creek. Some of the biggest halibut are caught each spring between the bay and the mouth of a river.
Where am I fishing?
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