NorthWest Kayak Anglers

** Official ORC 2017 Rules and Registration Information **

2017 NWKA Oregon Rockfish Classic
15th July, 2017
Depoe Bay, Oregon


The good folks of Chinook Bend Campground are excited to be the tournament headquarters again this year!

*For those who choose other accomodations, there'll be no charge for stopping by to sign in or attend the Awards Banquet.

Chinook Bend Campground is located at 2897 Siletz Hwy, Lincoln City, OR 97367

The Oregon Rockfish Classic and Northwest Kayak Anglers are proud to partner with the American Canoe Association (ACA) to provide event insurance.   


********Official Rules:********

1. Skills required to participate in the Oregon Rockfish Classic:
   a. Upon unexpected entry into the water from their kayak, participants must be able to reenter their kayak unassisted within one minute
   b. Participants must be of a physical fitness level such that they are able to propel themselves to and from the fishing grounds una

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TBKD 3 registration and competitors list

This is for registration link, competitor list, and a place to ask registration questions.

https://docs.google.com/document/d/17L8kZR2p2XsnacfZsuRRZeuefcVz3Xo-jaInh8b6D0M

Registration is the same as the last two years you will get assigned a number based on receipt of your completed registration and or payment (which ever I get first)

This years we will take.......
PayPal payments to my wife's PayPal account at:


Checks payable to Shannon Anderson mail to
HOW NOC box 121
Garibaldi, Or 97118

Registration is live and I'll post up the numbers as they come in and remember any captains bags we do will be distributed according to your number so once we run out bags your SOL That's your early registration incentive. 

Looking forward to another awesome tournament to raise money for HOW NOC Chapter

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A Land That Time Forgot

There are still places on this earth free from the wanton tinkerings of man.  Places fierce yet fragile.  Places that remind a man of both his power and insignificance.  Cochrane Bay is one such place.
 


Day 4 August 18th, 2013 (7:30 PM)

Last Fishing day of an exploratory trip to a far corner of Prince William Sound.  Hour 41 on the water and an unsatisfied dream of catching my 1st Pacific Halibut feels the chilly approach of a cruel dawn. 

A fruitless morning spent torturing greenling on the unseen slopes of a deepwater mound was followed by an afternoon of exploring yet more ‘virgin’ territory.  This time, across the mile wide Cochrane Bay.

The crazy chase of contour lines drew only frustration. While I did enjoy playing bump and run with the local harbor seals and soaking in the hyper realistic Alaskan landscape, my Halibut fishing has proved to be less than impressive.  *Sigh*  Two greenling sipping water from the pedal side of the mirage drive hole remind me that I’m not done.  But damn…. I feel done. 

The wind and horizontal rain that kicked up during our initial crossing is finally starting to subside.  Akfishergal, (Manolin to my Santiago) has already called it quits.  She’s enjoying 1:1 time wit

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Big Hammer

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A video review is worth a thousand words!

 

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Prawn spinners for Springers 101



There are many ways to catch Spring Chinook in Portland’s waterways. Many big fish are taken locally using various techniques
such as drifting eggs, trolling cut plug herring, Quick Fish, Flat Fish and Salmon Spinners.  However, my personal favorite and
most deadly technique is using Prawn Spinners. They are  deadly for much of the springtime run, and their efficiency in taking
large salmon, increases as spring passes through.

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Featured How To article: Kayak Springer Fishing for Dummies



The Rig
The job of this rig is to get your bait down to where the salmon are and allow your herring to spin freely.  

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Product Review: KoneZone Flashers



Kayak trolling can be a real drag….  No, not that kind of drag.  Rather, the kind of drag that makes you wish you had a rudder and
outdrive.  While 6oz of weight and a spinning herring
are manageable, the addition of a flasher or dodger can easily prove to be too much.  Enter the KoneZone flasher.  With its slow roll and
reduced drag, the KoneZone flasher is perfectly
suited to kayak trolling.

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Featured Video: Kayak Crabbing Basics

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