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Auburn Chapter Puget Sound Anglers



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We want to welcome you to one of our meetings and a chance to have fun, meet new people, expand your friendship circle, improve your fishing skills and be part of a group that intends to make a difference. Chapter meetings are held the fourth Wednesday of every month.



Next meeting July 24
Trotter’s Restaurant

825 Harvey Rd

Auburn Wa.


July Speaker – Kyle Towle, Pacific NWBestlife

I worked in big tech for 20 years before taking an early “retirement” to spend time with my teenage children. I started the PNWBestLife.com blog, YouTube channel and social media 5 years ago to share my passion for the PNW and sustainable recreational harvest of a variety of foods from salmon and shellfish to big game and mushrooms. Any excuse to be on the water or in the forest searching for wonderful ingredients to a meal is one I will take!

I’ve leveraged my tech background to build some digital tools to help anglers of any experience level have an easier time navigating the learning curve. The escapement, run timing, and creel graphs are just a few of those tools, with more in development and on the way. My presentation about Westport is meant to cover the salmon fishing opportunity out there, how I approach planning a safe trip over the bar and offshore as well as some particular observations and what I’ve learned about Westport salmon fishing.

Skokomish Letter to Secretary of Interior

Letter to Bernhardt

NWSportsman Editors Blog


November 2016 Speaker Presentation

Salmon Management Presentation by WDFW Laurie Peterson

2024 Club Outings

We have three planned club outings this year. Save the dates, more information to come.

The second is a trip to Neah Bay August 22nd , 23rd and 24th .

The 3rd will be October 4th and 5th the Mike Woods Memorial trip staying at Wishka and fishing the coastal rivers.

We are looking for an outing coordinator. Let us know if you are interested

Nisqually River Access
The Nisqually River runs through Fort Lewis so it is best to get access to the fort. Access Range Control operates the Area Access office to issue permits and grant non-training access to the Range Complex. The Area Access office is located in Building 4074, at the intersection of Stryker and Kaufman Avenues, JBLM-Main. Go to the visitor center located at exit 120 on I-5. You will need your drivers license, insurance information, and registration for your vehicle. Ask for a pass so that you can go to the Range office. 





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Originally Posted:09/15/2006