August 3-2015

Largest Chinook : 54lbs.
Largest Halibut : 100lbs.

The past few days have been interesting.  The fishing was slower over the past couple of days than witnessed all season.  Though it was slow the guys creamed the hogs over the past 48 hours.  August 2 by 10 am we had a 54, 49, 46, 44, 42, 38, 38, 33 on the dock.  Today the biggest was 48 with another almost touching 40 and a few more tyees.  So needless to say the fish in the area are big and bad right now.  Most of the problem with the slower fishing can be associated with the super tides we are getting right now, the bites that have been happening have been fairly short and all around the tide change and in very specific places.  The halibut fishing has remained tough but guys are still getting them.  We had one good day of offshore fishing where we did get some good halibut and snapper and ling including the 100#er off towner banks.

Seems like it was a tick for tack on this trip, not a ton of fish around but you basically had a 50/50 shot of hooking up with an absolute monster.  Bait was the best by far for all the big boys, running teaser heads, protrolls or anchovy or select spoons like UV and green/glow.

Still a great trip and a purely incredible day for big fish.