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Caring for your catch

Robert Hodson of Brookings fished out of the Port of Brookings Harbor on Tuesday when he caught his limit of rockfish.

As of Thursday, no ocean Chinook were checked in at the Port of Brookings Harbor or at the Port of Crescent City, and with the St. George Buoy out of commission, I knew right where to go to get all the salmon data I needed - the Terrafin website at terrafin.com.

Terrafin was invented by software manufacturer Jeff Gammon, whose application first used sea surface temperatures to ascertain where a tuna’s ideal 62-degree comfort zone was. It didn’t take long before every charter boat operation in California was using Terrafin to predict when and where the tuna would be. Now, Terrafin is used by Oregon and Washington charter boat operators as well.

Granted, Terrafin does come with an annual price tag, but it is well worth the investment. You will definitely make up for the price of the annual subscription with the money you save at the fuel pump, by knowing exactly which coordinates to head for the night before your fishing trip.

After Gammon got Terrafin off the ground, considerable prodding from the commercial salmon fleet in Eureka prompted him to add chlorophyll charts as well. These charts proved to be invaluable. 


Club champs feature current Bruins stars

Bruins soccer players Alex Anaya (left) and Sean Colbert pose with the Presidentís Cup they won while playing for the Rogue Valley Timbers, a club team based out of Medford. Submitted photo.

Brookings-Harbor High School soccer players Alex Anaya and Sean Colbert played key roles in helping their club soccer team, the Rogue Valley Timbers, to the Oregon Youth Soccer Association 16-and-under Oregon President’s Cup championship.


Seminoles win

Maddy Taylor earned the win for the Brookings-Harbor Little League Majors Division Seminoles, who defeated the Crescent City Rangers, 19-3, on Thursday. Taylor allowed just two hits and struck out six in her three innings of work

The Brookings-Harbor Little League Major Division girls softball team, the Seminoles, defeated the Crescent City Rangers, 19-3, on Wednesday at Bud Cross Park. The Seminoles are now 4-1 on the season. 

PRs fall at Last Chance meet

“I’m feeling it, coach.”

Those were the words uttered by Lady Bruins thrower Kia Collins to Brookings-Harbor track and field head coach Terry Axel before she competed in her events on Tuesday at the North Bend Last Chance JV Meet at North Bend High School.

“Feeling it” was an understatement.


League title in reach for Lady Panthers

Lady Panthers pitcher Savanna Rucker is one of just two seniors on a Gold Beach team that is closing in on a league title with half their roster comprised of freshman.

Gold Beach squared off against league rival Waldport on Tuesday, with league title implications at stake for the Lady Panthers.


King homers in Bruins loss to Trojans

BHHS junior Jordan King belts a game tying, two run home run against the Douglas Trojans on Tuesday.

Brookings-Harbor faced off against the Douglas Trojans on Tuesday in Far West League action.


Bruins finish 3rd at final meet before districts

In their final match before at their district tournament, the Brookings-Harbor High School golf team finished third overall at an eight team meet at Bandon Crossings Golf Course on Thursday.

The Bruins team totaled a score of 379 to place third behind Marshfield (339) and North Bend (342).


Bruins, Panthers compete in final varsity meets before districts

With the spring sports season nearing its end, the Brookings-Harbor and Gold Beach High School track and field teams competed in their final varsity meets before they compete at their respective district tournaments.


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