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From Dale Goebel , my friend John Waverly caught this hawg on 10/7/2013 fishing the Ghost Hole with a Fatal Flash Spinner. My wife caught a 25 lb fish 4 days later in the west channel with a similar Fatal Flash.
Robert McLean and Sean Croson fished with pro guide Bob Rees on 10/12. Although the two anglers only netted 2 fish, Robert's beast broke the 30 pound mark, making it the largest fish of the season to date. Despite great numbers returning this year, there have been few large fish caught in these fisheries.
Avid angler Dale Goebel of Beaverton, Oregon pictured here, with the largest of the three chinook his rod harvested on 9/19. This 26-pounder fell to a trolled herring just outside of Tillamook Bay. Pictured with Dale is his daughter Kathy Foley, responsible for the 1st chinook of the day of the 7 fish the 4-member party took that morning.
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