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new to saltwater fish. what those at Mukilteo pier...

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new to saltwater fish. what those at Mukilteo pier...

Postby kevinmanuel » Wed Mar 28, 2018 6:47 am


New to the foum, but looking forward to learning alot from you all. Not much of a slatwater fisherman, more lakes and rivers and really into wade-crabbing. wanting to start with salt water fishing as I am getting a boat in about a yeah, I am going to try my luck at flounder/slore pretty soon and have been checking out local piers and reading what I can find. I am probably going to try from shore, not a pier, as I see them bottom fish while I wade-crab and hear they are good eating.I was at the main Mukilteo pier a few weeks ago and I looked down between two close pilings and saw maybe 50 fish swirling and attacking the pilings for food (mussels/barnacles). Some of them looked rather large, like maybe 14-18" . Anyone take a guess as to what they were? I thought they might be some bottom fish because they were dark, but then they would twist when they bit the piling and they would be pretty bight on the flip side. Not sure though.All of the pier fishers were at the end of the pier casting out. Where I was nobody was fishing and it was only half way out to the turn. Seems like they'd be easy to get there, but I am new.Any advice would be appreciated.

Please help.

I did not find the right solution from the internet.

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