July 7-2016

Largest Chinook : 38lbs.
Largest Halibut : 100lbs.

So fishing has been perfect.  Weather not so much.  This past week has been some of the best fishing for Chinook and Coho we have seen ever.   The Farside and Borrowman Bay have been giving up a crap load of Spring anywhere from 15 to 28 pounds.  The shallow water they are being caught in are bringing all of them to the top for craxy fights.  Some great bites have been had up at number 14 close to the top end of Rennison just before Wall Island, and the fish are all in their 20's.  With all the rain we have had it seems to have brought the ocean to life, the Coho fishing has been ridiculous.  Yesterday and today at anypoint you could see schools of Coho feeding on the surface and underneath them were some dandy Springs as well.  Anchovy seem to be the ticket, teamed up with a green or white flasher has been the weapon of choice.

Halibut fishing is still fair.  You have to grind to find them and none are on the inside now but once you do the size is the pay off.  Most between 30 to 60 pounds.

Snapper fishing is great, Lingcod still tough but seems to be getting better.