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Byline: Mark Yuasa
May 31--Opportunities are everywhere for anglers, and now saltwater salmon fishing will be added to their slate.
The Tulalip bubble chinook fishery opens Friday, and early indications are good.
"I've heard the [Tulalip] tribes have netted some chinook already," said Gary Krein, owner of All-Star Charters in Everett.
The earlier-timed hatchery chinook run at the bubble fishery has been occurring for several years, and these fish tend to be more willing biters when it first opens.
"The Tulalip fishery is mainly an early morning show. But late evenings, like about three hours before sunset, can be just as good," Krein said. "While many will troll hardware, it's not unusual to see jiggers doing just as well."
South-central Puget Sound (Marine Area 11) opens for chinook fishing. Unlike last year, only hatchery-marked chinook -- those with a missing …