Peninsula Sportsman LLC



Address:

United States

Washington

P.O. Box 280 Chimacum


Coordinates:

Latitude: 48.098555

Longitude: -122.844096


Administrator

Contact:

360-379-0906


Communication language

English


E-mail

info@PeninsulaSportsman.com

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Sea Duck Hunting

 

Waterfowl hunting on the coastal and inland waters of Washington State’s Olympic Peninsula ranks among the best in the Pacific Flyway. This area of the Pacific Northwest hosts a wide variety of resident and migratory sea ducks, diver ducks and puddle ducks that spend the greater part of Fall and Winter on the inland waters, estuaries and saltwater bays of the Northern Puget Sound, Hood Canal and Strait of Juan de Fuca. Due to our temperate climate and a bounty of food sources, numbers of waterfowl arrive from their breeding grounds in Alaska and Northern Canada to winter on the waters here. Many of these unique sea duck species do not migrate any further south in the Pacific Flyway. The areas we hunt provide consistent opportunities and the best success rates for a variety of sea ducks including Harlequin duck, Oldsquaw / Long-tailed duck, Barrow’s Goldeneye and three species of Scoter.

 

Fishing Port Townsend and Family Adventures

 

Port Townsend and the Olympic Peninsula offer plentiful fishing opportunities. This area of the northern Puget Sound is alive with a variety of species that will challenge your skills as an angler. Cold water reef fish such as the delicious and hard fightingLingcod, Rockfish / Sea Bass and Pacific Halibut are abundant in the Strait of Juan de Fuca and our charters specialize in the exciting sport of light tackle fishing for these species. Coastal Sea-Run Cutthroat Trout are a unique native fish and along with resident coho/silver salmon provide consistent saltwater and estuary fly-fishing opportunities throughout the year. Admiralty Inlet and nearby Hood Canal is well known for its pristine waters and plentiful shellfish. Enjoy your time on the water exploring our local beaches and tide pools for all sorts of Pacific Northwest marine creatures and gathering fresh Clams and Oysters.  Spend a day setting out Dungeness Crab and shrimp traps and exploring the area for the abundant coastal wildlife and spectacular Northwest scenery.

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