August 8-2013

Largest Chinook : 44lbs.
Largest Halibut : 68lbs.

So the fishing has been a real roller coaster, over the past few days.  Right place right time was the theme for catching big chinook.  The run from Sailor Rock(#2) to the Honey Hole(#3) has been the most consistent for the larger chinook.  Staying tight to the kelp with a cutplug or working the same area with spoons, protrolls and plugs really didn't make a difference.  Diligence and patience in working the area was the best bet and paid off with usually a tyee or two per boat.  The Coho fishing is fairly wide spread still, #5 has been by far the best spot.   The weather is changing and the water is clearing up.  It seems these little pockets to the south and by the lodge may be picking up.  602 Tomic Plugs, Chartreuse and glow spoons, Party girls and green protrolls have been the better producers.

Halibut fishing has still been consistent out at the pinnacle and over by Moore Island at the pinnacle.  Offshore Isnor and Towner are still the best bet.