Calendar

Jun
22
Sat
Our Deepwater Ling Cod Charters were a Great Success!
Jun 22 – Sep 4 all-day

We started our Neah Bay Fishing Charters on April 16th with the opening of Ling Cod in Marine Area 4. This was due to the date of the 20 Fathom Depth Restriction being moved back to May 1st. We had some very interesting weather days in the Ocean. There was one day that we came all the way back in, and did an inside limit. On April 29th and 30th (our last two days) we stayed inside and near-shore to get our limits. I am hoping with the new Fish Descending Devices we cam get this season moved back to May when the seas are more friendly.

Every day we got out we were able to selectively keep nice fish for our guests. Please take a look at our Facebook page to see some of the pictures and reports. Click on the Letter “F” in the Red Box below the ford “Social” on the right side below this post.

We will be running our Near-shore Bottomfishing Trips until our Salmon season opens on June 22nd. These are Great Trips for anyone from novice to expert.

Sep
11
Wed
We are back in the Seattle Area! Fishing in Puget Sound!
Sep 11 @ 7:45 am

We have returned to Puget Sound from our Ocean Season running Offshore Charters for Salmon, Halibut, and Rock Fish. We started our Ocean Season this year in April with our Offshore Ling Cod/Rock Fish Charters. We enjoyed Great Success on these trips. There were a couple of days when the weather kept us near shore. Our Halibut Season was way too short, only lasting four days! To make up for the short season, we offered inside Halibut trips in Marine Area 5 (Sekiu) this year. These trips went well for smaller Halibut, and we will offer these trips again in the 2014 season. Neah Bay has the Best Chinook Salmon fishing on the West Coast. Once again we were able to fish Salmon 7 days a week! with a Two Chinook Daily Limit. Fishing was Great! . It is always a little hard to come back to Puget Sound. We are back, and the fishing is surprisingly Good for Pink Salmon and Coho. The Pinks are biting well as expected, and the Coho are showing in Good Numbers and Biting Well.  We are running Charters from Everett and fishing cruising south  to find the fish.

Give us a call to Join us for a Charter. H-425-788-5955  C-206-595-9*526

Jan
1
Wed
2014 Fishing Season is Here!!
Jan 1 – Dec 31 all-day

We are taking reservations for the upcoming Neah Bay Fishing Season. 

We offer US. and Canadian Halibut trips. Salmon, and Bottom Fish trips.

Give us a call to discuss your trip.

The early forecast for King Salmon returns is Great!

They are predicting even Greater numbers than last year!!!

I can’t wait.

Call 425-788-5955 206-595-9526 or email: info@jambossportfishing.com

Jan
13
Mon
Jambo’s Sportfishing at the Seattle Boat Show!
Jan 13 @ 7:15 pm – 8:15 pm

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Friday January 24, 7:00PM – 7:50PM

Monday January 27th, 3:00PM

Tuesday January 28th,  3;00PM

Wednesday January 29th,  2:00PM

Thursday January 30th, 3:00PM

Mike Jamboretz on the Blue Stage

 

Coming home from a coastal salmon trip with limits of kings’ makes it easy to forget about today’s gas prices!

Michael Jamboretz from “Jambo’s Sportfishing” has been fishing Washington’s North Coast for a number of years, and can get you dialed in to catch limits of Quality Ocean Chinook. Come sit in as Michael discusses locations, tides, timing, lure size and color for the right presentation, to make your next trip safe and successful.

Mar
1
Sat
Cabela’s Captain’s Weekend! (Click Here) @ Tulalip Cabela's
Mar 1 – Mar 1 all-day

Cabelas TulalipMark your calendar for Saturday and Sunday-March 1st and 2nd.

This is Cabela’s “Spring Great Outdoors Sale” and “Captain’s Weekend”. Two days of Great Sales/ Outdoor Seminars. Local Guides and Charter Captains will on hand conducting Free Fishing Seminars both days. Captain’s will have tables set up throughout the store and will be on hand to answer questions, and discuss upcoming fishing opportunity’. At The Tulalip Cabela’s Store

“Jambo’s Sportfishing” will have a table in the fishing department both days. Stop by and say Hi.

Captain Michael Jamboretz from “Jambo’s will be conducting a Halibut Fishing Seminar at 3:00 PM on Sunday March 2nd in the Conference Room. This is a good time to sit in and get dialed in and sharpen your skills for a Safe and Successful Halibut trip this Spring!

Mar
11
Tue
Ocean Salmon Fishing Seminar @ Tacoma Outboard Associaton
Mar 11 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Come Join Capt Michael Jamboretz from “Jambo’s Sportfishing” on Tuesday March 11th at the Gig Harbor Chapter of “Puget Sound Anglers”

This meeting is held at the Tacoma Outboard Association east of the Narrows Bridge off Highway 16.

Michael will be discussing Ocean Salmon Fishing. The Chinook Fishing seams to just get better every year. Chinook runs are very healthy. The 2014 Columbia River preseason Chinook forecast is out and the overall prediction is that the Chinook run will be the largest since 1938. All of these Columbia Fish plus Salmon returning to Puget Sound watersheds have to pass Neah Bay in the natal Migration. “Jambo’s Sportfishing” has been fishing these Ocean waters for many years and will discuss proven techniques to make your next Salmon trip Safe and successful.

This Meeting and Seminar is open to the public

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Driving directions to Tacoma Outboard Association (TOA)

          646 N Wilton Rd, Tacoma, WA 98465

1. Take I-5 towards WA 16 (Gig Harbor/Bremerton)

2. Take exit for Washington 16 W

3. Keep left to continue on WA-16

4. Take exit 4 for Jackson Ave toward University Pl

5. Turn left onto N Jackson Ave

6. Turn right onto 6th Ave

7. Turn right at TOA Sign (Private Beach Rd)

Continue until you reach TOA parking lot

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Mar
20
Thu
Cabela’s Salmon Seminar (click here) @ Tulalip Cabela's
Mar 20 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Mar 20 - JamboretzWe can expect to see Huge numbers of Chinook Salmon returning to the Coastal Waters of Washington State this year. Its time to make your plans to land limits of Large Kings. Come Join Capt. Michael Jamboretz from “Jambo’s Sportfishing”, and Ken Pinnell from “Q Cove Fishing Tackle” as they discuss techniques to fill the fish box with Quality Chinook this year.

This event is taking place Thursday night at the Tulalip Cabela’s store. It is best  to call the Store at 360-474-4880 to reserve a seat.

We are Very Excited about the upcoming Salmon Season!

Apr
11
Fri
Halibut w/TrueCod – Sekiu is looking Better! (Click Here)
Apr 11 @ 12:15 pm – Jun 8 @ 12:45 pm

Great News!
For the 2014 season WDFW has changed the regulations for Marine Area 5, allowing us to retain True Cod while targeting Halibut. This is a Great Bonus to an already Great Fishing Trip.

With only four days of Washington State Ocean Halibut trips to offer, we will be offering Sekiu Halibut Charters in Marine Area 5 again this year. Everyone that has called about Sekiu has asked what other fish are we able to keep.

NEW THIS YEAR! we will be able to retain True Cod/ Pacific Cod on these trips. This is Great News as we frequently catch these Great Eating fish while targeting Halibut. We are taking reservations for these trips on May 29, 30, 31st and June 7th

May
31
Sat
2014 Salmon Season is Set! (Click Here)
May 31 @ 12:00 am – Sep 22 @ 12:00 pm

We have been awaiting the news and the early forecast for this years Salmon Season have been Great. The Seasons are now set.

Here is an article from the Seattle Times.

The ocean salmon fishing seasons could very well go down as some of the best seen in more than three decades.
“It will absolutely be a good summer for salmon off the coast, and one of the most significant seen in years,” Doug Milward, the state Fish and Wildlife coastal salmon resource manager said of returns that resemble those seen dating back to the all-time peak in 1977.
State fishery managers unveiled a surprisingly large Columbia River forecast that could be a landmark return of nearly 3 million Chinook and Coho.
The Columbia River fall Chinook forecast of more than 1.6 million is the largest fall return since at least 1938. The Columbia Coho forecast is 1.2 million Coho, and could rival the 2009 Coho season when about 1.05 million returned.
The coastwide sport catch quota for hatchery coho will be 184,800 (75,600 last year), and 59,100 Chinook (51,500 last year).
The selective fishery for hatchery Chinook will be open daily off Ilwaco and Westport from May 31-June 13. La Push and Neah Bay will be open May 16-17 and May 23-24, and May 31-June 17. The fisheries could close sooner if a coastwide quota of 9,000 hatchery Chinook is achieved.
The traditional ocean salmon fishery for Chinook and hatchery coho would open daily at Ilwaco and Westport from June 14-Sept. 30. La Push would be open daily from June 14-Sept. 21 and Sept. 27-Oct. 12. Neah Bay would be open daily from June 14-Sept. 21

We can retain Two Chinook

John and Bob

John and Bob

in our daily limit in Neah Bay

Jan
15
Thu
Come to the Big Seattle Boat Show and sit in one one of Jambo’s Ocean Salmon Fishing Seminars (click for times)
Jan 15 – Jan 30 all-day

 Productive Ocean Salmon Techniques

 

 Friday, January 23rd,   7:00 PM   Stage #1

Monday, January 26th,  3:00 PM      Stage #1

Tuesday, January 27th,  3:00PM       Stage #1

Thursday, January 29th, 3;00PM, and 6:00PM      Stage #1