Kid's Fishing Day: Carrie Blake Park April 13th from 8:00 am until 2:00 pm
Trout Planted: About 300 two pounders and 30 – 40 jumbos were planted in Carrie Blake Pond March 5th.
IMPORTANT: Canada Notice FN0158 Halibut opening
IMPORTANT: Marine Area 6 Salmon Limit Change March 2019
IMPORTANT: WDFW Salmon Trip Report Self Reporting
IMPORTANT: Canada Notice FN0155 March 2019
Puget Sound Anglers North Olympic Peninsula Chapter
Welcome to the website for the North Olympic Peninsula chapter of the Puget Sound Anglers. We are dedicated to preserving quality fisheries. We believe that our fisheries resources can be restored to what they should be with sound science and appropriate management techniques.
Our Fishing Club Sponsors
Our fishing club is privileged to have the support of many fine sponsors. They help us achieve our club goals with their financial support and contributions.
We meet monthly, the 3rd Thursday, to share fishing information and to hear from professional biologists, guides and local experts on topics pertinent to the Olympic Peninsula.
Our meeting place is: Trinity Methodist Church 100 S. Blake Ave. in Sequim from 6:30-8pm.
Recent topics have included: the Elwha dam removal, techniques for fishing for halibut and Bottomfish/Rockfish identification.
We have a members only raffle at each meeting ($1.00 tickets) for fishing gear like lures, tools and rods. It's a great way to add to your tackle box and as everyone knows, "you can never have too much tackle".
Speakers for 2019
John Beath, Blackmouth fishing
NO MEETING - Annual fundraising dinner on February 23 and Sunland Golf
North of Falcon
Great Places to Fish: The Hoh River above the Oxbow Campground boat ramp. Photo by Sherry Anderson