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Winchester bay

Discussion in 'Northwest Fishing' started by parsons_12b, May 30, 2011.

  1. parsons_12b

    parsons_12b LaPine Oregon Well-Known Member

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    Anyone ever do any fishing off the Jetty at Winchester bay. Im looking at making a trip down there twoard the end of June and Im looking for any tips or suggestions on how to fish it.

  2. 22many

    22many PNW Well-Known Member

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    Haven't done any fishing. Done alot of crabbing off the dock. Tons of crabs down there. All the fishing that I have seen is people out in the bay in their boats.
  3. 100$bill

    100$bill vancouver Wa Member

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    I fish for Silvers and Chinook at the jaws. But the fihing won't pick up till mid to late August. Try fishing closer to the end of the south jetty on an incoming tide. When the current picks up keep the same motor speed so your herring fish right and back troll along the south jetty, then motor up to the end of the jetty and do it again, again again.. Sivers are at about 5 to 7 pulls, usually right under the back of the boat. Chinook more towards the middle right on the bottom. If you catch a flounder when fishing for the chinook, you're probably at the right depth. The bite best as the tide tops out ( incoming). Warning** if the swells are up go in as you can get pulled out to the rough bar real easy on an outgoing tide.

    If you see a lot of birds over real small anchovies, fish small hoochies / or flies for the silvers about 50 ft plus from the birds. Go through the birds or bait balls and you can ruin the bite for everyone.


    Tight lines..
  4. tomcat

    tomcat oregon coast, coos bay Active Member

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    I live here.. And yes I fish it alot.. Sum good and bad spots.. The ling cod
    Are in good right now..