Buoy 10 "The World Largest Salmon Run!" Columbia River Book
Tips & Tactics from Buoy 10’s Top Rods!
Every August and September about 2,000,000 adult chinook and coho salmon enter the mouth of the Columbia River after a 10,000-mile, body-fattening ocean odyssey lasting up to five years! This spot is the greatest salmon fishing hole in the world! In Buoy 10, expert angler Larry Ellis explains the intricacies of catching mint-bright chinook and coho to over 40 pounds — from the mouth of the river upstream about 15 miles to Tongue Point.
The Buoy 10 fishery can be overwhelming and intimidating, but salmon pro Larry Ellis shares the secrets of the top rods that have been fishing this world-class salmon fishery for decades!
You will learn everything you need to know about the fishery’s tides and optimum fishing times, the best holes, productive rigs, rods and reels, baits, lures, flashers, trolling, equipment, boats, boating safety, weather conditions, salmon movement with the tides, boat launches, tackle and bait availability, accommodations and other fascinating information. Many colorful, descriptive maps and photographs enhance Ellis’s detailed text.
Whether it’s your first time out or you are a Buoy 10 pro, you will be amazed at how much useful information has been packed into Buoy 10—the only book available on this world-famous fishery!