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Fishing on the Quinault River
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Sep 23, 2012 17:40:15   #
Country's Mama
 
This fishing trip with guide Letty Potter was part of my husband and my anniversary trip to the Olympic Peninsula. We put in before the sun was up. By the end of the day I a non-fisher could hardly hold on to the pole. But the weather and scenery was gorgeous and when I wasn't trying to fish I was taking pictures.
Fishing as the sun comes up



At the start of the trip we could see the mountains in the background



We fished mostly with lures, but tried eggs for awhile since we were catching mostly Jacks

My husband caught the only Coho of the day



We had salmon for dinner that night

 
Sep 23, 2012 17:45:30   #
tlbuljac
 
Nice catch (no pun intended)
Sep 23, 2012 17:46:31   #
Country's Mama
 
tlbuljac wrote:
Nice catch (no pun intended)


Thank you. I caught one tiny cut throat that had to be released. I was happier taking pictures any way.
Sep 23, 2012 17:46:54   #
jeanbug35 (a regular here)
 
Really nice shots.
Sep 23, 2012 17:47:18   #
Country's Mama
 
jeanbug35 wrote:
Really nice shots.


Thank you.
Sep 23, 2012 18:33:42   #
LDM5
 
Most exelent series ! Thanx for posting them. :thumbup:
 
Sep 23, 2012 19:49:01   #
Country's Mama
 
LDM5 wrote:
Most exelent series ! Thanx for posting them. :thumbup:


Thank you. We have never done anything like that before. It was a great time.
Sep 23, 2012 21:30:10   #
colo43 (a regular here)
 
very nice- looking at them made me wish i was out there fishing too.
How did you enjoy your Coho? I don't find them as strong tasting as the king salmon is.
We used to have ours smoked but after a while one gets tired of that too.
Just to much of a good thing!
:)
Sep 23, 2012 22:03:24   #
Country's Mama
 
colo43 wrote:
very nice- looking at them made me wish i was out there fishing too.
How did you enjoy your Coho? I don't find them as strong tasting as the king salmon is.
We used to have ours smoked but after a while one gets tired of that too.
Just to much of a good thing!
:)


Thank you. Salmon is a special treat for us. We did enjoy the Coho, but the jacks were better. When we raised beef I felt the same way about steak. I still would rather have fish or chicken.
Sep 23, 2012 22:06:34   #
colo43 (a regular here)
 
Thank you. Salmon is a special treat for us. We did enjoy the Coho, but the jacks were better. When we raised beef I felt the same way about steak. I still would rather have fish or chicken.[/quote]

I agree with you, Fish first and then Chicken. Halibut is my favorite, but heck who can afford it!
Sep 23, 2012 22:18:40   #
Country's Mama
 
colo43 wrote:
Thank you. Salmon is a special treat for us. We did enjoy the Coho, but the jacks were better. When we raised beef I felt the same way about steak. I still would rather have fish or chicken.


I agree with you, Fish first and then Chicken. Halibut is my favorite, but heck who can afford it![/quote]

I can't afford to buy fish. usually my husband and son-in-law keep us stocked. These fish cost us about $40 apiece :shock: But the experience was worth it, though my husband is already thinking about another trip.
 
Sep 24, 2012 07:46:49   #
Blake
 
Country's Mama wrote:
This fishing trip with guide Letty Potter was part of my husband and my anniversary trip to the Olympic Peninsula. We put in before the sun was up. By the end of the day I a non-fisher could hardly hold on to the pole. But the weather and scenery was gorgeous and when I wasn't trying to fish I was taking pictures.


Very nice pictures and pacific salmon! Wow I like the taste of it better than Atlantic salmon. I'm glad you had a great day

Blake
Sep 24, 2012 08:51:24   #
Country's Mama
 
Blake wrote:
Country's Mama wrote:
This fishing trip with guide Letty Potter was part of my husband and my anniversary trip to the Olympic Peninsula. We put in before the sun was up. By the end of the day I a non-fisher could hardly hold on to the pole. But the weather and scenery was gorgeous and when I wasn't trying to fish I was taking pictures.


Very nice pictures and pacific salmon! Wow I like the taste of it better than Atlantic salmon. I'm glad you had a great day

Blake


Thank you.
Sep 24, 2012 09:29:21   #
angler (a regular here)
 
Excellent set and nice looking fish.
Sep 24, 2012 09:46:14   #
MLMH
 
Wanting Salmon for dinner now. Good catch. I think #2 is my favorite, breathtaking. Thanks for sharing.
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