August 10-2012

Largest Chinook : 59lbs.
Largest Halibut : 78lbs.

Well the grind is over and the fishing is back to being incredible.  We had an incredible few days.  The Chinook fishing was great with still lots of big boys rolling in, 58.5 and 51 were the biggest... the first caught in Kettle and the second caught guessed it Borrowman Bay!   The farside turned back on and lots of early 20's were pulled out of there.  Moore Island and Kettle Inlet were also incredible, size ranging from 15 to 30 pound average.  Some great fishing was also had on Funky Rock as well which has been slow for the past couple fo weeks.  Preacher Rock again seems to be the most consistant for intense Chinook Bites through out the day.  The Coho fishing has improved dramatically, all the good Chinook spots have also been holding great numbers of Coho.  Herring seems to be the ticket for all the good catches, whether cutplugged or trolled whole off the downriggers it definitely sparked the most interest underwater.

The Halibut fishing has again been fantastic in Borrowman Bay, the weather for bottomfishing was incredible as well so the crew did really well south of the lodge towards Bowden Island.  Excellent trip had by all, cant wait for the upcoming days.