SEEN FROM WEST SEATTLE: Sub and shrimpers

This morning we mentioned the big turnout on Elliott Bay and at Don Armeni Boat Ramp for the three-hour spot-shrimp season. Puget Sound just west of Elliott Bay was open too – for one extra hour, until 1 pm – and as Dan Ciske‘s photo shows, some got an up-close look at a submarine headed for Bremerton.

3 Replies to "SEEN FROM WEST SEATTLE: Sub and shrimpers"

  • sillygoose May 20, 2021 (7:44 am)

    I must say if I were in a boat and a submarine pulled up next to me it would be unnerving!!  WOW!!

  • al May 20, 2021 (9:47 am)

    Is there anyone selling those yummy spot prawns?

  • 22blades May 21, 2021 (1:18 am)

    For us boating looky-lou’s: Minimum speed within 500 yards of a naval vessel. Radio contact with the naval vessel or escort within 100 yards.

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