This is a Guadalupe fur seal. Northern fur seals have a short-stubby face and an abrupt line at the wrist of the front flipper where the fur stops. Since 2008 (ish), Guadalupes have been present in Oregon and Washington in small numbers. Guadalupes have a longer, more pointed muzzle and fur past the bend of the wrist. This animal is wet so it is hard to see the presence of fur on the front flippers.