2018 SEASONTUNA season begins later part of July and continues through September. We had some wonderful catches last year with some big fish and are expecting great fishing this year. What great fun for everyone and the excitement of live bait when they hooked into one of those speeding bullets known as TUNA. Upon returning to the dock there were tall tales of fishing, wildlife and water conditions. Pictures were then taken and people coming from everywhere to view the catch. We had a few bystanders who asked to have their picture with the catches. I wonder what kind of a story they told!
We offer one day and overnight trips. Contact us for more information.
YOUR TRIPOur a one-day trips are longer than 12 hours. We ask that you be in the office at 2:00 am; you should return between 4:00 pm and 8:00 pm. In September fishermen will need to be in office at 3:00 am and returning between 4:00 pm and 8:00 pm the WE OFFER LIVE BAIT FISHING YOU ARE ONE ON ONE WITH THE FISH. For more information call 1-800-831-2695 or 1-360-642-3466 OR 1-360-642-3232. This trip can be one of the most unique trips you have ever taken out in the clear blue water with dolphins and other sea life close at hand. CAMERAS ARE A MUST
In addition to one day tuna trips we have OVERNIGHT trips that begin at 2:00 am. You will fish all day, spend the night on the vessel and fish the part of the next day. For more information call 1-800-831-2695 or 1-360-642-3466.
PREPARING FOR YOUR TRIP
Be sure to pack your food, beverages and clothing, including rain gear and boots for when you are fishing. Sleeping accomodations: you will need to bring your sleeping bag and pillow. Bring your camera; don’t try to tell your friends about your trip when you can show them pictures.
All bait and tackle is included in the price. When returning to the dock, the tuna may be taken to a cannery or you may take it with you. Bring coolers to transport your fish home.
CALL US TOLL-FREE1-800-831-2695 LOCAL: 360-642-3466
PROCESSING & PACKING
All of your fish are kept on ice on our boats throughout your trip. Salmon are gutted and gilled before you get back to the dock. All other species are left whole to ensure the quality...