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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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Small hope for tournament Halibut fades away.

“The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, National Marine Fisheries and the International Pacific Halibut Commission decided that being open for three days had a high likelihood of exceeding the spring quota, which would come out of the much-smaller summer quota. Based on that, and the fact that the next opening is for the 4th of July holiday weekend, it was decided to only open the fishe...
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Halibut fishing a small possibility for tournament

Looks like the weekend for the tournament has been chosen as a backup Halibut fishing weekend if the annual spring Halibut catch doesn't yield the quota by then. Spring Season: Open dates are May 13-15, May 20-22, and June 3-5. Backup days (if sufficient quota remains) are June 17-19, July 1-3, July 15-17 and July 29-31. The catch limit is 105,948 lbs. Summer Season: Open every other ...
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Only 2 tournament spots remain for Saturday 7/17

We have filled up friday's boat and we are looking for two more people to take the remaining spots on Saturday. you can place a deposit to hold your spot in the event registration section of our site or call Yaquina Bay Charters directly to assure your spot and chance at a the prize. check out more information on out tournament page.
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