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  • Although talk of the big spring chinook run forecast for the Columbia River has dominated Northwest fishing talk, savvy Puget Sound anglers have been stocking their freezers with the delicious 10-pound-average juvenile hatchery chinooks, better known as blackmouth, writes Rich Landers of The (Spokane) Spokesman-Review.

    All Today's News - Sightline Daily

  • I'd hate to go to those parties and have "blackmouth syndrome" after getting stuck with the piece with the black icing!

    Mixed Signals

  • It was the perfect blackmouth fall fishing conditions, and the bait and fish were there, but we just couldn't get them to go.

    The Seattle Times

  • Top prize is a cool $10,000 for the largest fin-clipped hatchery produced blackmouth.

    The Seattle Times

  • Kevin Klein, in particular, is the organizer for this weekend's Resurrection Salmon Derby, on December 2-3 out of Friday Harbor, coming on the heels of the winter blackmouth opener.

    The Seattle Times

  • To become good today, at hooking blackmouth, the common denominator is finding the bait, sand lance candlefish and herring.

    The Seattle Times

  • Remembering that I am getting older than dirt, as I've fished this state chasing salmon since I was six years old back in '53 A.D., well, you do the math, December 1st is the annual blackmouth opener in the San Juan Islands and while you read, I'm fishing!

    The Seattle Times

  • And just for drills, I went back 30 years ago, into the WDFW Washington State Sport Catch Report books to examine when the blackmouth hung out in the San Juans.

    The Seattle Times

  • Lots of hatchery blackmouth in the 10-14 pound class which are gorgeous fish any time, anywhere.

    The Seattle Times

  • It was through his tireless and persistent effort, in these meetings, that the San Juan Islands has become the mecca for winter and spring blackmouth fishing opportunity in our state.

    The Seattle Times


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