August 2-2013

Largest Chinook : 38lbs.
Largest Halibut : 65lbs.

It has been a few days and this high pressure system has not moved from over the area creating warm water temperatures and poor clarity from algae bloom.  Without rain the fish have not been moving around too much or actively feeding int the area.  With anticipation for big fish right now, the group is still waiting for that one tide to change the fishing landscape.  Anglers are still plugging away picking off Coho and the occasional Chinook, but really we are all waiting for an environmental shake up to turn these fish on.  Going a little deeper and using Tomic Plugs or Protrolls as well as select spoon like yellow UV and wonderbread have been the better producers.

The bottomfishing is filling the gaps, nice size halibut are coming in from offshore and the pinnacle plus the snapper and lingcod fishing is still steady.

Praying for rain, I can't believe I am saying that.  Things are looking up the fog has rolled inthis morning for the first time and we have had some sprinkles of rain in the past few hours.