My son thinks he's a Great White shark in this photo!

Last chrome of the spring season

I was fortunate to have a coworker ask me to go out on the Mult. Channel with him again on Sat. 4/25. After hours of idle times and drinking all my coffee to stay warm, the rod went down. This fish actually jumped twice (I had never seen a chinook do that) and ran for quite sometime. The fight felt like a much bigger fish; it must have been the warmer water temperatures than a couple weeks ago. My son was pretending he was a great white shark and trying to eat it in one of the photos!

PS - Rhonda, my 5 year old son watches you rather than cartoons every morning before school, and even has us record it in case he misses your 6:25 AM weekday fish tales. He really wants to get on TV, that's why I have posted pictures at home with him rather than on the boat this time and last. It would mean a lot if you could make it happen.

Thanks,
Adam

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Rymitty says ... on Wednesday, Apr 29 at 7:47 PM

Wow, I can't believe I forgot his name for the broadcast! Hopefully after he catches the "Big One" in Vernonia this Saturday at the youth fishing event Eli can get back onto the morning broadcast of Fish Tales!

rymitty says ... on Wednesday, Apr 29 at 5:38 AM

Thanks so much Rhonda!!

k2 weather says ... on Monday, Apr 27 at 11:11 AM

Absolutely!! Great fish.. I'll put it on the air tomorrow morning (Tuesday) around 6:20 am.. tell you son to be watching!

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