Pink Salmon Fishing
3609 Kingman AZ, 86402
ABOUT PINK SALMON FISHING
Pink Salmon are the smallest and most plentiful of all the Pacific Salmon. They average just 4.8 pounds, though the largest on record was 15 pounds and 30 inches long. They have small scales and large spots on their back, and large black oval blotches on both tail lobes. Spawning adults take on a gray color along their backs and sides, with a creamy white belly. The hump on their back gives them their nickname, humpy.
Because of their size and their aggressive nature, pink salmon are a fun fish to catch, and can be caught with conventional tackle or by fly fishing.
LURES OR FLIES COMMONLY USED
Spinners and spoons sizes 1-5 in chrome, brass, chartreuse, etc. Flies will be the same as Kings.