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Offshore Halibut Season for 2013 – Dates Announced – Yaquina Bay Charters taking reservations now

OFFSHORE HALIBUT FISHING in Newport Oregon Recommended Dates: May 9-11, 16-18, May 30-June 1, and June 6-8. We will also be taking reservations for June 20-22, which is the first set of back up dates. Trip prices will be the same as last year, $185. We are dropping crab pots on the trips as well, weather permitting. Call soon for reservations, a $100 deposit will be required again thi...
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Amigo Charters in Depoe Bay, Oregon

If your in Depoe Bay, Oregon. Look up Amigo Charters for a great fishing adventure. Amigo Charters offers a variety of services including deep sea fishing, near shore fishing, whale watching, weddings at sea, burials at sea, and other special trips upon request.  Please feel free to check out our rates.  To fish with us, you MUST request "The Amigo" by clicking here and filling out the online T...
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all depth Halibut fishing in Newport Oregon starts strong

Visit Yaquina Bay Charters for the latest Halibut fishing news. Trips are being reserved for the weekends of May 26-28th and June 9-11th. This weekend so far has seems limits reached and a whopper fish caught yesterday weighing in at 78lbs and 55 inches long which is fantastic for the Oregon coast.  Hurry spots are almost gone.
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Yaquina Bay Charters in Newport Oregon ready for Halibut this Summer

Halibut Season is just around the corner in Newport Oregon and Yaquina Bay Charters is looking to fill it's boats for some awesome fishing. Halibut on the Pacific Coast in Oregon is regulated to certain weekends and total pounds. Look for the first dates to be May 12-14th, 26-28th, June 2-4th and June 9th-11th. You can start booking your trips with the crew now. Check out their site for the lates...
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Tournament participants can track the fishing news from the docks

Jump on over to the fishing blogs of Yaquina Bay Charters to hear the latest Tuna information straight from the dock. A few days ago they where caught 85 miles off the coast of Newport. We need them to be at the 60 mile marker to hit them on the 12 hour trip planned for the tournament. Bring on the south winds. All participants need to make sure they have their licenses in hand before stepping on ...
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