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Charter Fishing Newport
Newport Tradewinds Deep Sea Fishing

Founded in 1949, Newport Tradewinds is the oldest charter fishing operation on Newport's bayfront. This outfit is owned and operated by the Wadell family.

Newport Tradewinds' fleet is impressive, with a boat for every kind of Pacific Ocean fishing. Vessels and captains include: the 56-foot Misty - Robert Waddell; 50-foot Sea Venture I - Steve De Mauro; 42-foot Sea Pirate - Darrell Harper; and the 44-foot Ilwaco Indian - Dell Wilkison.

Most popular are the year-round bottom-fishing trips to the Inner Reefs or the Rockpile. Seasonal halibut, salmon, and tuna can be some of the most exciting excursions, and produce some "monsters." Whale watching (seasonal) is an inexpensive and educative way to enjoy the beautiful Oregon coast. Crabbing is an option on all trips.

Location:
653 SW Bay Boulevard
Newport Oregon 97365

Phone: 800-676-7819
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