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The Hood Canal WA - Wordless Wednesday from Kitsap County WA
Rich Jacobson, Your Kitsap County WA Real Estate Broker (Keller Williams West Sound Realty)

Part of my 4th of July weekend was spent crabbing on the Hood Canal, part of the Puget Sound waterways.

Hood Canal WA Waterfront Properties

This picture was taken right at the entrance to Pleasant Harbor, over on the east side of the Hood Canal (Olympic Peninsula) near Brinnon WA.

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Rich Jacobson is a licensed real estate professional with Windermere Real Estate, providing knowledgeable empowerment and relentless representation for his clients of residential properties and vacant land throughout all of Kitsap County WA and portions of Pierce, Mason, and Jefferson Counties. You can also find him at KitsapLife.comSoundBiteBLog, and Crabbing in the Hood, or e-mail: kitsapagent@gmail.com

 

 

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Dan Griffey will Give the People Back their Voice and Vote in the 35th
Dinah Lee Griffey, Managing Broker Windermere Peninsula Properties (Windermere Peninsula Properties)

Dan Griffey is a dedicated professional firefighter and has been serving our community for over 23 years. He has volunteered countless hours in many community organizations and will work just as hard for us.
Dan was appalled that the peoples vote was overturned again this last legislative session and that theDan Griffey 4 State House! spending increased followed by taxes.

It is time that we balance our budget through fiscal responsibility. We need to reduce regulations and taxes on businesses so they want to come to Washington but more importantly want to stay.

Dan agrees with the Washington State Constitution, "All political power is inherent in the people". We should have more liberty, more freedom, more opportunities and more of our tax dollars in our pockets. We can balance our budget by prioritizing funding for Education, Critical Infrastructure, Police and Fire/EMS.


Dan will work to reclassify Hydro power as green thereby reducing power bills across the state for government agencies, business and homeowners. We can work together to work smarter and end government waste and bring back the people's voice.If you agree- then vote for Dan Griffey and have someone truly representing you in Olympia.
Together...We can do better.

When you are Buying or Selling your home EXPECT MORE!Call or text Dinah Griffey today at 360-551-8888 or visit my website www.FindYourNorthwest.com

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Razor Clams: Another Wordless Wednesay on the Kitsap Peninsula WA
Rich Jacobson, Your Kitsap County WA Real Estate Broker (Keller Williams West Sound Realty)

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It's that time of year again! Razor Clamming out on the Washington State coastline! The WA Dept. of Fish & Wildlife allows selected weekends during the Fall and Spring to harvest Razor Clams along specified State beaches. For more information, access their website WDFW.

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Rich Jacobson is a licensed real estate professional providing knowledgeable empowerment and relentless representation for his clients of residential properties and vacant land throughout all of Kitsap County WA and portions of Pierce, Mason, and Jefferson Counties. You can also find him at KitsapLife.com, SOUNDBITEBLOG, Crabbing in the Hood, Facebook, Twitter, or e-mail:  kitsapagent@gmail.com

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Yet Another Wordless Wednesday!.... "Got Crab?"
Rich Jacobson, Your Kitsap County WA Real Estate Broker (Keller Williams West Sound Realty)

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Rich Jacobson is a licensed real estate professional providing knowledgeable empowerment and relentless representation for his clients of residential properties and vacant land throughout all of Kitsap County WA and portions of Pierce, Mason, and Jefferson Counties. You can also find him at KitsapLife.com , SOUNDBITEBLOG , and Crabbing in the Hood , or e-mail:  kitsapagent@gmail.com

 

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Hood Canal WA Crab Pots Crooks Condemned
Rich Jacobson, Your Kitsap County WA Real Estate Broker (Keller Williams West Sound Realty)

One of the perils of recreational crabbing here in the Puget Sound WA is exposing yourself and your crabbing gear to potential thievery.crab-pot-crooks-on-hood-canal-wa

Okay, so maybe it’s not quite as perilous as the Discovery Channel’s “Deadliest Catch,” but it certainly is extremely annoying and frustrating!

We went out onto Hood Canal last Saturday afternoon to retrieve our crab pots, only to find 3 out of the 4 missing. The remaining pot had been picked clean.

There are instances (usually during the weekdays) when we don’t have a lot of time, and simply drop off our crab pots, leaving them out overnight. On the weekends, when we’re not in as much of a hurry, we’ll catch some rays, or tool over to Pleasant Harbor, while we wait for our pots to fill up.

Occasionally, it is entirely possible to set your pots too close to a steep underwater shelf, and have the current drag them into deeper water. But we dropped ours out at the peak of high tide, and left more than enough excess rope to compensate for any variables. It’s also highly unlikely that 3 pots, set at varying depths, would all strangely disappear, or that the 4th pot would be empty.

So, to you low-life crab pot crooks, I offer the following message:

Each of my crab pot buoys are marked with my name and phone number - Rich Jacobson (360) 440-4758. If you feel it necessary to pull up our pots and pilfer our crab, then at least leave the crab pots intact where you find them. We’ve always been very generous with the bounty of our catch and we don’t mind sharing some with you. But having to replace our gear is a huge pain and gets rather costly.

May the Creator of Crabbing Karma repay you for your dastardly deeds of Dungeness deprivation.

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Rich Jacobson is a licensed real estate professional providing knowledgeable empowerment and relentless representation for his clients of residential properties and vacant land throughout all of Kitsap County WA and portions of Pierce, Mason, and Jefferson Counties. You can also find him at KitsapLife.com and SOUNDBITEBLOG, CrabbingInTheHood, or e-mail:  kitsapagent@gmail.com

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"Got Crab?" - Another Wordless Wednesday from the Kitsap Peninsula WA
Rich Jacobson, Your Kitsap County WA Real Estate Broker (Keller Williams West Sound Realty)

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This picture shows the day's catch of Dungeness Crab from Hood Canal WA.

Rich Jacobson is a licensed real estate professional providing empowerment and relentless representation for his clients of residential properties and vacant land throughout all of Kitsap County WA and portions of Pierce, Mason, and Jefferson Counties. You can also find him at KitsapLife.com, SOUNDBITEBLOG, and Crabbing in the Hood.

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Seabeck on a Sunny January day
Michelle Roethle, Your NorthWest "Real Estate Solution" (Windermere Peninsula Properties)

I was out and about today and drove by this site. I had to stop and take a picture (how could I resist?) This photo is only a sample of what the Kitsap Peninsula offers it's residents and visitors. Find out more by going to www.TheNorthWestLife.com

You will find valuable information on our area and our local Real Estate market.

360-649-1195 or 360-551-8888

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