CATCH MORE TUNA WITH NVS!
Presented by Alex Mitchell-Morton and NANOOS
Forecast information & data at your fingertips
Alex is a research scientist with the University of Washington’s Applied Physics Lab.
He grew up angling for bass and panfish in the Midwest before he came out to Seattle to study fisheries and oceanography on a larger scale. Alex will be demonstrating the free NVS TunaFishers app from the Northwest Association of Networked Ocean Observing Systems (NANOOS). Developed through conversations with anglers, the app provides forecasts for conditions relevant to finding and catching tuna, including SST, chlorophyll, and thermocline depths, as well as satellite data to help you find tuna efficiently.
The NANOOS Visualization System (NVS) is a data portal where users can access real-time atmospheric and hydrographic data from the region. It is the regional association of the national Ocean Observing System (IOOS) in the Pacific Northwest. Booth #28
TUNA IN 3D
Casting, jigging, bait and trolling in three dimensions
Presented by Dave Phillips (Teton)
Maximize opportunity by integrating surface, near surface and deep presentations, Casting, Jigging, Bait selection, Trolling, Gear and Technique
CANNING OREGON’S CATCH – WHAT COMES NEXT AFTER THE TRIP….
Presented by OSU Extension Service Master Food Preservers Volunteers
OSU Extension Service Master Food Preservers are trained and certified in up-to-date food preservation and safety information. They volunteer in the community to deliver safe food preservation information and help prevent serious safety mistakes.
SHORE-BASED SALTWATER ANGLING OPPORTUNITIES ON OREGON’S NORTH COAST
Presented by Robert Bradley and Mike Sinnott
Robert and Mike are fish biologists with the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife on the north Oregon coast. Each have spent the better part of their careers working on the coast and both are avid anglers. Fishing on local rivers, estuaries, and/or the ocean occupies a good portion of their free time.
The presentation will cover opportunities to fish from shore for a variety of saltwater species:
- surf perch • flatfish
- rockfish • lingcod
OCEAN SALMON CATCHING IN THE TOUGH YEARS
Presented by Larry Warren
If you’re a beginning angler or have ever found yourself frustrated after a day of ocean salmon fishing, this seminar will unveil techniques you can use to be more successful. Larry will focus on techniques and gear that consistently catch salmon … any salmon …on days when they aren’t jumping into the boat. Larry caught his first salmon at the age of five in 1980 and never looked back. He benefited from decades of family fishing experience passed on one lesson at a time. While he spends most of his time out of Newport these days, he can still be found crossing Depoe Bay and the Columbia River Bar from time to time. He is most often joined by his wife, Cicely and daughter, Cadence and looks forward to his son, Christian returning from the Air Force to rejoin the family in their recreational pursuit.
SAFETY AT SEA FOR BOATS AND KAYAKS
Presented by Charles Loos (Tinman) and Dan Shipman (US Coast Guard)
Presentation includes case studies, demonstrations and dramatic video. Whether you run on powerboats, kayaks or personal watercraft, you’ll gain actionable knowledge to keep your vessel and crew safe in our challenging ocean
What are the Five Pillars of Safety?
Bar Crossings, Emergency Equipment, GPS Navigation, Sea Conditions and Attitude
HALIBUT FISHING OFF THE OREGON COAST
A comprehensive approach to catching halibut.
Presented by Dave Steele of Chinook Guide Service
Topics to be covered include:
Techniques to help you locate and catch halibut
What types of tackle and bait should you use
Decision-making process involved in knowing where and how to fish an area
Q & A (time permitting)