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Filleting Albacore Tuna

Posted on July 27, 2016.

When filleting any fish, sharp knives are essential for success.  The tuna anatomy is different from that of most Northwest fish. Rather than running like a ridge from the top of the head to the tail, the spinal column runs down the center of the fish and is surrounded by four loins that are separated by […]

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Buying Tuna directly from a commercial fisherman

Posted on July 22, 2016.

Kaety Hildenbrand of Oregon Sea Grant Extension shows you how to buy an Albacore Tuna directly from a commercial fisherman: questions to ask, what to expect, and what you need to bring to get your fish home safely. Delicious, Omega-3 rich, albacore tuna is perfect for barbecuing and canning. Support your local Oregon fishermen in […]

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Best place to get your Tuna and Salmon Processed and Canned

Posted on July 3, 2016.

Sportsmens cannery and smokehouse has been preparing catches from the sea for more than 50 years. This experience has brought about absolute perfection in delivering the freshest most flavorful can seafood available anywhere. 

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Getting the Lines out – Albacore Tuna Fishing

Posted on July 1, 2016.

Commerical Albacore Tuna Fishing 35 NM out of Winchester Bay Oregon.  Getting the lines out and fish on – also had to make repairs to the Tuna Puller just as I needed it. This was a great day with Tuna to sell.  

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Tuna Trip – June 22

Posted on June 27, 2016.

We crossed the Umpqua River Bar that was restricted to 20′ about 6 am. Wind Waves were 4-5 feet so we had a rough ride out 30 miles. The Ocean laid down and we had a great day catching Tuna. We came home with 47 Albacore packed on ice. Here is a video as we […]

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Fish-Finder Expert at Bass Pro Shop – How to select a Fish Finder / Chart Plotter

Posted on May 8, 2016.

Interview at Bass Pro Shops about the latest things in Fish Finders. Modern fishfinders are capable of providing far more information than sonar units of yesteryear. In addition to downward looking sonar, new units are capable of displaying near picture-quality views of the underwater world on each side of the boat (side imaging), as well […]

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Does Lure Color Matter Underwater ?

Posted on May 2, 2016.

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Gary Loomis talks Fishing – the past, the present, and the future. Fish on!

Posted on April 9, 2016.

One morning in 1974, Gary stood outside Boeing Headquarters, in Seattle, WA, and asked everyone that came through the gate if they knew anything about carbon fiber. He eventually found someone who would sit down and talk.Tens of thousands of rods later, Gary was inducted into the IGFA Hall of Fame for his contributions to […]

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Flight Across the Umpqua River Bar past Winchester Bay to Reedsport, Oregon

Posted on January 3, 2016.

Amazing views from the Pacific Ocean into the Umpqua River past  Winchester Bay to Reedsport By–  Aerial Imaging Resources Reedsport, Oregon –  (541) 662-0027

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Do you need AIS for your Boat ? with Doug Miller

Posted on December 1, 2015.

We appreciate Doug taking the time in this podcast episode to tell us about AIS systems and how they can benefit us with safer boating.   Doug Miller is the president of Milltech Marine, and is the #1 go to for Marine AIS information !! http://milltechmarine.com Milltech Marine Inc., specializes in AIS (Automatic Identification System) for commercial […]

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