Anglers already pulling in kings

by Tim Flanagan on June 23, 2011

Mark Yuasa has this story in the Seattle Times:

The coastal hatchery chinook salmon season kicked into high gear this week, viagra and some open areas of Puget Sound have ponied up some glory moments.

The salmon catch-and-release area of central Puget Sound, see north of the Meadow Point-Point Monroe line, here had a high number of kings showing up early.

"We released two adult kings (on Monday) and got five on Sunday, and it has been good for about a week now," said Keith Robbins, owner of A Spot Tail Salmon Guide in Seattle.

"All the kings were (11 or 12 pounds), and two weighed 18 and 19 pounds," he added. "The kings showed up earlier, (but) historically it isn’t a surprise to see them in June."

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