Black Rockfish

Seattle

47.6050° N, 122.3363° W

3-4 inch plastic grub in chartreuse or pink

Black Rockfish are commonly found around rocky structures in shallow areas of the water. They are known to be voracious predators, feeding on small fish and various types of crustaceans. Hopping the lure along the bottom mimics the movement of small fish and has proven to be a successful way to attract Black Rockfish.

Launch your boat from the West Seattle Boat Launch, located at 1660 Harbor Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98126. From there, head towards the West Point Lighthouse and focus your fishing efforts around the rocky areas surrounding the lighthouse.

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