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Strait of Juan de Fuca
strait of juan de fuca chart shows sekiu salmon fishing
Chart courtesy of Captn. Jack's www.capjack.com

Strait of Juan de Fuca

Fishing the Strait of Juan de Fuca can be lots of fun. While the weather can be windier and rougher than Puget Sound, it's usually not nearly as bad as off he coast.
When you fish the Straits, you get a shot at many more fish than you do in Puget Sound, because lots of fish dip into the Straits from the ocean, as well as there are a number of fish in the Straits that are bound for Canadian waters.

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