Jul 11, 2012

Fly Fishing for Tuna - Oregon Coast

Tuna are the hardest fighting fish period! During the summer and early fall Albacore Tuna feed within striking distance of the Oregon coast. It is a special time of year when the planets line up, the fish being close and the ocean is relatively flat. The 42’ Oppor-Tuna-ty (2005 42' Dorado Bluewater) is based out of Warrenton, Oregon. With twin inboard engines and a hull shape that is designed to plane it perfectly for this fishery. It is the only boat specifically geared up for fly fishing.

Join Captain and year-round fishing guide, Jad Donaldson, on this extraordinary trip. Day length is up to 12 hours. The time of departure varies and depends upon the tide and current bar conditions

The rate is $2000/day which includes boat, ice, bait/chum, non-alcoholic beverages, snacks and all tackle, for up to six anglers. They will try to accommodate singles and doubles etc to make a group of 5.

Anglers should expect to come home from this adventure with dinner and bruised knuckles!

Jerry Swanson

Fish Head Expeditions

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