So I’d like to be as giddy as I have in the past couple of months, but after a major storm with tons of precipitation came through, the belief is a good majority of the Coho which were thick in the area started running up the local creeks. The Chinook slowed up for sure directly after the storm, but is on the comeback. Everyday since has gotten a little better then the day before and the average size for landed fish is very high in comparison to the rest of the season. The new fish are averaging 21-27 pounds and we have had 4 Tyee over the past few days all mid 30’s and one tipping the scale at 40. Good sign when “Hogust” is almost upon us. The bait in Borrowman Bay is thick and the majority of the Chinook are coming from there, but Area 51 is starting to heat up as well with some Hogs, lots in the high twenties and that 40 came from there. With good flat weather we have been able to access daily and it has proved to be more and more successful everyday. Oh yeah the pinks are thick right now…like really thick. Bottom bouncing has been the high point for catches lately, guys have been pounding on mid teen to mid twenty Lingcod offshore and the halibut fishing is increasingly getting better from earlier season. Beauty keepers are being brought in from all over the map, 30-50 pounds.
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North King Fishing Lodge - Caamano Sound, BC
Fly in salmon fishing lodge resort on the magnificent Westcoast of British Columbia, Canada
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Located between Prince Rupert and Bella Bella - Fly-in from Vancouver, BC