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Topic: New Kayak fisherman in Southwest WA  (Read 1150 times)

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Rocksteady

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  • Location: SW Washinton
  • Date Registered: Sep 2022
  • Posts: 1
Hello Everyone! Long time fisherman but new to kayak fishing. I have an Autopilot 136 with all the gear for trolling and fishing pretty much. I have done Kokanee fishing in Merwin last summer as well as Salmon trolling in and around Drano lake.

I'm looking forward to trying out some more salmon trolling and potentially some ocean days out of Oregon Coast.

I hope to meet up with others and share any knowledge I can and learn from everyone here. Thanks!


YakHunter

  • Salmon
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  • Location: Wyoming
  • Date Registered: Jun 2020
  • Posts: 523
Welcome to the NWKA Rocksteady.  Be sure to use the search feature to get a jumpstart on the how to and safety information.
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