Fishing Regulations

Fishing Regulations

Halibut

Halibut

Daily Limit: 1 per person per day either under 40 inches or over 80 inches

Annual Limit: None

Day of the Week Closure: Retention of halibut is prohibited on Mondays beginning on July 24th until the end of the season

Chinook (King) Salmon

Chinook (King) Salmon

Daily Limit: One king salmon per person of 28 inches or greater in length

Annual Limit:

  • January 1 through June 30:  Nonresident annual limit is three king salmon
  • July 1 through July 15:  Nonresident annual limit is two king salmon
  • July 16 through December 31:  Nonresident annual limit is one king salmon

Note: Any king salmon harvested applies toward the annual limit at the time you fish.  As an example, if a nonresident fishes in June and catches their annual limit and returns in August, that person has already reached their annual limit and will be unable to retain a king salmon.

Coho (Silver) Salmon

Coho (Silver) Salmon

Daily Limit: 6 per person per day

Annual Limit: Late June/Early July through Mid-September

Size: During the late June/Early July time period, Coho Salmon range between 6 and 10 pounds.  As the season rolls on, bigger Coho show up.  From mid-August through September, common weights of the Coho is between 12 and 15 pounds.

Ling Cod

Ling Cod

Daily Limit: 1 per day between 30 and 35 inches or 55 inches or longer.

Annual Limit: 2 - one must be between 30 and 35 inches and the other must be over 55 inches.

Timing: May 16 through November 30

Black Cod

Black Cod

Daily Limit: 4 per person

Annual Limit: 8 per person

Location: In the deep water - in excess of 600 feet

Size: Most are 5-10 pounds and occasionally up to 25 pounds

Pelagic Rockfish (Sea Bass)

Pelagic Rockfish (Sea Bass)

Daily Limit: 3 per day, no size limit

Annual Limit: None

Timing: All season

Size: 3-8 pounds

Species: Pelagic rockfish include black, dusky, blue, yelowtail, widow and dark

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