August 11-2013

Largest Chinook : 50lbs.
Largest Halibut : 45lbs.

THe Coho fishing in the area remains strong.  A little ain over the past few day or so has lit up the Coho at #5 and over to McPhee.  The Chinook fishing has been pretty muh concentrated to the stretch from #2(sailor rock) to the wall above #3(honey hole).  Not uncommon in years past to have fishing like this hence why it got the name.  The better bites are happening first thing in the morning and right before dark.  Protroll, Cut Plug and a couple of spoons like Yellow UV Coyote have been the biggest producers and favored among the fishermen.  The beauty about this type of fishing is if the Chinook stay in that area, historically we consistently pull big hogs out of there.  All the tyees on this past trip came from that stretch of water.

The bottomfishing remains extremely good out at Wells and Isnor, as in years past the later part of August is generally awesome for big ling cod.  Teh halibut fishing is still fairly consistent out at Moore Island for nice size halibut between 15 and 35 pounds.