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   South Sound Chapter 
 Puget Sound Anglers

Located in Olympia Washington

.... To preserve, protect & enhance our fisheries ....

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We are digging Razor Clams New Years Eve at Roosevelt Beach.  If you want to car pool we will be leaving Mud Bay Park and Ride at 2:30.  If not, meet us at the Gazebo which is North from the Roosevelt Beach access about 2.3 miles.  I will put our PSA banner in my trailer hitch and will have a bon fire.
Low tide is at 5:30 -.8'.



Please read these attached letters from NOAA, WDFW and NWIFC  files affecting

our endangered Chinook Salmon:  NOAA Letter & Puget Sound Chinook


Check out the PSA clothing - link below and  a link is available under the Membership tab. 

Also, see about squid fishing under the Fishing Info tab! 

NOAA Draft Environmental Impact Statement Duwamish-Green River Salmon and Steelhead Hatchery Programs is available under the News tab.


Come on in and have a look around our website.  If we offer something you are interested in, you may want to  join our group.
 Or, show up at a meeting, enjoy one of our monthly speakers and meet some of our members. 


Meetings are at 7 PM on the first Thursday of each month at the Woodland Creek Community Center
6729 Pacific Avenue, SE  Lacey, WA 98503
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 CLUB MESSAGE  - January, 2018

The South Sound PSA chapter ended the year with a very successful and entertaining banquet. Over 100 members and their families enjoyed a delicious turkey and ham dinner. One of the highlights of the evening was the awarding of prizes to the winners of our first All Species Fishing Derby. We had 30 species entered into the contest with the winner for each species determined by the longest entrant. The winners ranged from a 4.5 inch Pumpkin Seed Sunfish to a 76 inch Blue Shark (unfortunately the shark was released after being measured as it would have been the state record if verified). Kelly and Paula Corcoran were the overall winners in the contest with 15 and 7 entrants respectively. You recently received an email forwarding the Puget Sound Chinook Management Plan. I realize that this 300+ page document is a lot to read and confess that I haven’t read it all and find what I have read to be somewhat difficult to understand. I would like to encourage everyone to at least read the executive summary. This plan, as I read it, goes way beyond applying to Puget Sound fisheries. If it is accepted and implemented by NOAA it will ultimately affect recreational and commercial fishing opportunities not only in Puget Sound but also coastal fisheries from Washington to Alaska. I am most concerned that it was drafted, adopted and forwarded to NOAA without a chance for public comment. I recognize the constraints of multi-nation negotiation in reaching the final product, but WDFW should at least shared its position with its stakeholders while negotiating. As we approach the New Year your board is seeking input from you regarding activities and or outings. If you have any suggestions please bring them forward to any board member or officer. We do have a couple of outings already on the calendar. The first is a clam dig and wienie roast at Roosevelt Beach on New Year’s Eve. Actually it is this year and is subject WDFW’s opening of the beaches. We plan to meet at the Mud Bay Park and Ride at 2:30 PM and car pool to the beach. The other outing on the schedule is the Skookumchuck Clean-up scheduled for the third Saturday in February. Our January 4th meeting location has been changed to the conference room at the Lacey Cabela’s. Our speaker will be Jim Tuggle, a retired WDFW employee and a longtime member of our club. Jim will clue us in on his perspective of the 2018 fishing season and hopefully will give us some insight regarding the Puget Sound Chinook Management Plan. REMEMBER, THE JANUARY MEETING WILL BE AT CABELA’S!

    - Vice President Allen Morrow


Happy fisher at Long's Pond (Lacey, Wa) Kids Fish-In





South Sound Chapter of PSA participating at Cabela's Spring Outdoor Days  Event







Support Cabela's, who really supported our
salmon derby 


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