• July 10, 2019

    July General Meeting -- Everyone Welcome


    PSA Sno-King Presents

    PSA President Ron Garner on catching Chinook from Puget Sound and Westport


    The Puget Sound Chinook opener is coming up, followed by our club's Westport outing. It makes sense to have a local with serious fish killing credentials teach us how to "get good" at finding and attracting these epic fighters onto our hooks.

    Ron will talk about the gear, baits, lures, structure and all of his secrets of success for catching big Kings!

    If you are planning on participating in the very short
    Puget Sound fishery or are heading to the Coast, this would be a great meeting to attend for new fishers and salty-dogs alike.

    Like always, we have some great raffle prizes including a members only prize and a grand prize anyone can win!

    Our meetings are free and open to the public, no membership required.

    Coming from work hungry?  We've got you covered:
    Pizza, Hot Dogs with chips and soda
    BYOB for Responsible Adults
    Wednesday, July 10th, 6:30PM
    Mountlake Terrace Community Senior Center
    23000 Lakeview Dr
    Mountlake Terrace, WA 98043


  • August 03, 2019

    2019 Westport Outing

    Our 2019 Westport Outing will be held the weekend of August 3rd this year. 

    We will have our BBQ/Get Together on Saturday evening and fish all weekend.

    This is one of the busiest weekends of the year in Westport, so please make your reservations ASAP.


    SALMON - AREA 2 Open through Sept. 30, 2019 Chinook - min. size 24". coho - min. size 16". Other salmon species - no min. size. Daily limit 2. Only 1 Chinook may be retained. Release wild coho. Season may close earlier if quota of 59,050 hatchery coho or 12,700 Chinook guideline is attained. Grays Harbor Control Zone CLOSED beginning Aug. 12, see 1 on next page. Willapa Bay Control Zone OPEN beginning Aug. 1, see 4 on next page. Note: season may change depending on in season catch projections. Check the WDFW website at wdfw.wa.gov

    Tuna and seabass and surf perch fishing is always open. TUNA fishing should be excellent.




    Contact the Port of Grays Harbor and reserve your moorage:

    Most folks prefer to moor near the main dock (near downtown) ie: piers 3,5,6,7,8,10






    The address is:

    The Point at Westport Harbor

    743 Neddie Rose Drive

    Westport Wa. 98595

    Once again we will use VHF ch72 for inter-club comm.

    Check back here for updates.

    This year we have pool and a 22' shuffleboard



    Westport has the largest charter boat fleet in the state. All you need is a fishing license and the price of admission for world-class salmon or tuna fishing:


    If it were me, I’d probably pay a little extra to go on a six-pack boat or better yet a 4-pack, but all these boats produce well when the fish are in. Also, look for the faster boats. A 12 knot boat is 50% faster than an 8 knot boat.

    Bottomfishing is always a sure-thing and rockfish and ling taste better than salmon (IMO;-)

    My top recommendation for a party boat is Captain Kevin on the Gold Rush




    Typically private boats trolling do better than the big party boats mooching.





    Go through town and turn right at the observation tower.

    The address is:

    743 Neddie Rose Drive
    Westport Wa. 98595
    Park in the big lot between the condos and The Harbor Resort.
    From the lot, you should see someone on the BBQ balcony. Get our attention and we'll let you in.
    Your club will provide BBQ burgers with all the fixin's
    Side dishes will be potluck.


  • Mission Statement


        We are the Puget Sound Anglers.  We are dedicated to preserving quality fisheries.  We believe in the de-commercialization of Steelhead.  We believe that our salmon resources can be restored with sound biological management.  We believe in the comradeship and wishes of fellow sport fishing anglers.  We believe our grandchildren can have a higher quality fishery than any of us ever had.


        In 1985 a small group of sport fishing anglers became unhappy with the organizations to which they belonged.  Although they enjoyed the friendship and knowledge of persons with the same fishing interests, they were fed up with the state and national leadership using the members as rungs on their own political ladders.  They were tired of their dues going to pay for salaries on the national level and for enhancements thousands of mile away.  They were tired of being refused the right to give input on legislative issues that involved their fisheries.  It was time for a change and thus spawned Puget Sound Anglers.


        The Puget Sound Anglers  us an organization of independent chapters, with common goals and interests, bound only by integrity and fellowship, with the goal of preserving, protecting and enhancing the sport fisheries of Washington State.
        The general outline of the organization is for each chapter to remain an independent nature.  The State Board was formed with members from each of the chapters and is responsible to those chapters.  The State Board is to assist in forming new chapters and promote membership.  In addition, it is to help communications among the chapters regarding fund raising and projects of interest to all.


        There are now 17 Puget Sound Chapters throughout western Washington.  This is the fastest growing sport fishing organization in the state.   Members have been involved in stream enhancements, raising salmon, educational forums, state legislation, fishing for children and even assisting developmentally disabled persons catch their first fish.  We are now being quoted in newspapers, and interviewed by radio and television reporters.  Media response to Puget Sound Anglers has been overwhelming, and the organization is rapidly becoming known as the "Voice of Washington's Sport Anglers".


        In addition to the previously mentioned projects, all members have a chance to learn more about fishing, go on organized outings, take part in projects and build life-long friendships. 
        Each chapter has a monthly general meeting at which fish stories are discussed, guest speakers are provided and there are even raffles to give you a chance to add to your tackle box.  The membership outing may have you fishing in your back door, south of the Mexican border or north towards Alaska.  All paid members will receive a monthly copy of The Reel News.  This newspaper is the communication vehicle for all serious sport anglers in the state.  It provides you with the chapter information, educational fishing information, new products, recipes and information that is vital to your sport.


        We invite non-members and guests to attend our general meetings.  We highly encourage all family members to join us at any of our meetings, outings and other happenings.  We even welcome members of those "other clubs" to attend one of our meetings and maybe, just maybe, they will want to add their names and support to the independent organization of The Puget Sound Anglers.