I was there yesterday in the wind. Only had about 45 minutes to fish, and I caught nothing, but saw lots of fish. One HUGE steelhead, many smallish cohos and maybe browns. Didn't see most of them up close. I've caught more salmon off that pier than any other in town. And the DNR does stock down there: last year 105,000 coho and 85,000 kings. Plus 10,000 rainbows and 10,000 browns.piker14 said:The next park is past Museum of Science, you should see a beachhouse on left. Turn left on Hayes Drive. Plenty of parking. Not sure what time the gates open.
Are you shore fishing off of Promontory Point (park?) or off the pier just south of Promontory and the "beach?"piker14 said:First park is before Museum of Science, the parking lot is on dead end of East 55th Street. Small lot. Walk under LSD, long walk to park.
Yes it's Jackson, but it's a pier--a long one.joelreiser said:You guys are talking about Jackson Park I believe. The "pier" is actually th inlet for the harbor.