July 11-2014

Largest Chinook : 45lbs.
Largest Halibut : 68lbs.

So the past few days have been fairly slow for Chinook fishing, although we did catch the biggest of the summer so far at 44.5 pounds. But the Coho fishing is phenomenal, and they are getting big.  Lots around the 10 -14 pound mark which is unheard of for this time of year.  The bite is pretty wide spread as well.  Boats are pretty much catching them anywhere they go.  From number 13 down to Funky Rock.  The Chinook mainly came in from the Honey Hole and #5 and the big one was caught at Hog Heaven.  

The halibut fishing did not disappoint on this trip.  A jag of halis were brought up in Parker pass and all very nice sizes. 

We did manage to get a few boats offshore and they slammed the lingcod and snapper, a couple over 20 releases and many in the 15 pound range.  Beautiful fish.  Most of the groundfishing was doen at Yates Shoal and Aranzazu.