Salmon Fishing In the South Puget Sound With Clint Muns

salmon fishing
July 24, 2013 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
North Olympia Fire Station
5046 Boston Harbor Road Northeast
Olympia, WA 98506
Olympia Chapter of Trout Unlimited

Puget sound boatingProgram:  The public is invited to the July 24th meeting of the Olympia Chapter of Trout Unlimited for a presentation by Capt. Clint Muns on “Salmon Fishing in South Puget Sound and Hood Cannel”.  In addition refreshments will be served and a fishing equipment raffle will also be conducted.

Year ‘round salmon fishing in Puget Sound is a reality, although some times of the year are better than others.  The calm beauty of South Puget Sound and Hood Canal, provide a unique fishing experience.  In this modern era of fisheries management, with ESA listed stocks, hatchery reform, marked selective fisheries and all the regulations that go along with this, having someone with experience and knowledge to negotiate these complexities for you will enhance your enjoyment for fishing these waters. Clint will share the best places to fish for salmon at specific times of the year. Also with fishing equipment being shown, fishing techniques will also be discussed.

Bio:  With over 30 years experience fishing the waters of Puget Sound and as a lifelong resident and fisherman of Washington State, Capt. Clint Muns offers some of the same opportunities to you that he has experienced. He is a licensed skipper and owner of Puget Charters, offering personalized service and customized trips.  His fisheries efforts also include serving as a member of the Charter Boat Association of Puget Sounds and as a member of the WDFW Recreational Fisheries Advisory Group.  Since 2005 he has been the Director of Resource Management for Puget Sound Anglers.

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