|May 2, 4||2,600||322||6,225||6,226||71,324|
|May 24, 26||2,526||513||9,205||23,226||54,324|
|May 30, June 1||545||87||1,211||24,437||53,113|
|June 6, 8||1,050||241||3,993||28,430||49,120|
|June 13, 15||606||69||1,167||29,597||47,953|
|June 20, 22||366||64||1,350||30,947||46,603|
|June 27, 28,29||1,112||395||7,135||38,082||39,468|
|Season is closed|
2019 halibut seasons
Please note, Pacific halibut are managed to a quota and openings are dependent on available quota.
Puget Sound Region (Marine Areas 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10)
In all marine areas open to halibut fishing, there is a one-fish daily catch limit and no minimum size restriction. There is a four fish annual bag limit. Anglers must record their catch on a WDFW catch record card.
Marine Area 5
It is permissible for halibut anglers to retain lingcod and Pacific cod caught while fishing for halibut in waters deeper than 120 feet on days that halibut fishing is open and is only allowed when the lingcod season is open. To protect yelloweye rockfish, the retention of lingcod and Pacific cod is not permitted while fishing for halibut deeper than 120 feet in Marine Areas 6 through 10.