Sometimes you just have to shut up and fish.
Depoe Bay in Oregon is carved out of rocky lava beds that stretch down to beautiful sandy beaches. As the smallest navigable harbor in the world, it is famous for gray whale watching and sport fishing and it is the perfect place for small vessels to cast out into the Pacific Ocean in search of adventure.
Join me, my 81-year-old grandpa Bill, and my uncle David as we set out to enjoy some reel fun catching ling cod, black sea bass and cabezon off the Oregon coast.
Check out more at my YouTube channel, Pursue The Wild with Kristy Titus.