Posted on August 27, 2015October 14, 2015 by janene1 Moby Goes to Buoy 10 August 2014 Ilwaco, Washington Captain Darin Goble Breakfast on the boat. Late afternoon at the mouth of the Columbia River. Captain Jim Proulx Jim’s daughter, Amy, lands the biggest fish of the day. Amy hauls in a big one. Amy and Sherri hard at work. Salmon fishing at the mouth of the Columbia River with thousands of our closest friends. The Bowpicker, best fish and chips ever (made with tuna). Astoria, Oregon. Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading... Related
looks like ya will be having some good eating coming up. Gary
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Great pics that Nan forwarded me. I must have been dropped from your distribution list (miss one Smith River trip and your dropped like a bad habit…who knew?)
May I please be allowed back on the list?
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Looks awesome guys! Great catch Larry! Beautiful photos too!
Thanks for sharing…I enjoy these updates and hope to “catch you” sometime soon. Hehehehe, I could resist!
Janene. Is Crazy Norwegian really good? We are headed south on our next See-Food trip. I have a terrible choice between Bowpicker in Astoria and Lighthouse Fish and Chips in Newport. Love both, can’t decide.
I may have seen you in the thousands at the river mouth. I was on the Long Beach peninsula.
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We haven’t been to Lighthouse Fish and Chips in Newport, but we can vouch for both Crazy Norwegian (fish and chips, homemade pies) and Bowpicker in Astoria. Larry says if you take your time, you can eat at all three!