Opening day for Halibut in the Puget Sound was May 8. We caught a 30 pound Halibut on May 9th!
Today we found two gray whales, #22 & #383. They gave us a lot of close looks and some bonus whale breath. The trip started with a mature bald eagle sitting on a piling next to the ferry. We also saw several harbor seals and two California sea lions on a marker buoy.
We traveled our furthest to find whales in the Saratoga Passage. It was well worth the boat ride to visit three gray whales #49 (nicknamed Patch), #21 and #56. Patch has been documented returning to the Puget Sounds since 1991. He’s nicknamed patch because on his right side he has a big white patch. Today […]
We made two trips today, one morning and one afternoon. We saw the same two grays on both trips, #383 and #49 (Patch).
The Grays are migrating and will be entering Puget Sound within a couple of weeks. Give us a call or contact us using the form in the right hand column if you would like to see these great creatures in person!