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NOAA Chart of fishing depths.
Charter boat skipper Tim Klassen scrubs down the Reel Steel at Woodley Island Marina after another day out on the ocean with some sport fishing clients. Photo by Heidi Walters
Happy clients aboard Tim Klassen’s charter boat with their pretty catch of rockfish. Photo by Sherry Klassen
Rockfish from another Reel Steel excursion. Photo by Sherry Klassen
Austrians Bruno Mennel, Klaus Hatter, Andi Lässer, Richard Hagspiel and Joachim Fink, of the Royal Fly Fishing Club, drink beer at the Café Marina on Woodley Island after a bountiful day of halibut fishing on the Reel Steel. Photo by Heidi Walters
Sport fisherman Michael Holland, of Eureka, checks out a new reel at the big sale at Englund’s. In the end, he got an inflatable life vest. Photo by Heidi Walters
The underwater jumbles of submerged rocks and canyons around Cape Mendocino harbor an abundance of rockfish, halibut and salmon that lure many a fisherman. Photo by Heidi Walters
Sport fisherman Eric Justesen and his son Leland shop for lures at the Englund Marine big sale. Photo by Heidi Walters
Mike Zamboni, a commercial fisherman from Trinidad, may be buying new gear but he’s wary of what the future holds for fishing in state waters. Photo by Heidi Walters
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