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King salmon 1 King Salmon per person, 28 inches in length or longer.

  • January 1 through June 30: Nonresident annual limit is three king salmon.
  • July 1 through July 15, Nonresident annual harvest limit is two king salmon, 28 inches or greater in length.
  • July 16 through December 31, Nonresident annual harvest limit is one king salmon, 28 inches or greater in length.

Coho, Chum, Pink and Sockeye salmon 16 inches or longer: 6 of each species per day 12, of each species in possession

Coho, Chum, Pink and Sockeye salmon(in combination) less than 16 inches: 10 per day, 10 in possession.

Lingcod 1 per day, 1 in possession; 30-35 inches or 55 inches and longer, annual limit of 2 fish, one of which is 30-35 inches in length, and one that is 55 inches or greater in length. A harvest record is required.

Halibut 1 per person per day, less than or equal to 40 inches or greater than or equal to 80 inches.

Monday closures. Charter vessel anglers may not catch and retain halibut on all Mondays beginning July 24, 2023 continuing until December 31, 2023.

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