Author Archives: John L. Beath

About John L. Beath

John Beath is a writer, photographer, videographer, blogger, tackle manufacturer & Captain at Whaler's Cove Lodge in Southeast Alaska. He is also owner of and host at Lets Talk Outdoors @

Alaska Takes Hit on Halibut Quota in 2018

2018 Sport Halibut Fishing Quotas Please click the link above to read the story at our sister site, In S.E. Alaska chartered sport halibut anglers have a new slot limit for halibut. Anglers can catch halibut up to 38 … Continue reading

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Hungry Orcas Might Shut Down Part of Strait of Juan de Fuca in Canada

Orcas are on the decline along the Strait of Juan de Fuca. The Department of Fisheries and Oceans Canada has proposed a solution — to ban all sport fishing from Sheringham Point to East Point on an experimental basis from … Continue reading

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2018 Washington State Halibut Quota

Washington State Halibut Quota

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Halibut Fishing In Canadian Waters, What You Need To Know To Stay Legal

Originally posted on SquidPro Tackle's Halibut Fishing Chronicles:
Here’s the latest information on what you need to do to legally fish in British Columbia Canada waters. Purchase your B.C. Tidal Waters Fishing License. You can purchase it in B.C.…

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Eagles Of The Ocean

I love salmon and halibut fishing. I also love watching eagles soar overhead and then swoop down to grab a quick bite. Here’s a few eagle shots taken over the years while on the water in search of salmon, halibut, … Continue reading

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New Sensei Flex Rods

This spring my new line of rods will be here and should serve most angler’s needs. My most popular rod, the 6-foot, one piece blue series rod will be available again, but with a new name, Sensei Flex. There’s also … Continue reading

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2015 Washington Coastal Salmon Season Set

Pacific Fisheries Management Council Announces 2015 Washington Coast Sport Salmon Fishing Season A mark-selective Chinook season north of Cape Falcon begins May 30 off the Columbia River and Westport, and May 16 off La Push and Neah Bay. This fishery … Continue reading

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