June 13-2014

Largest Chinook : 43lbs.
Largest Halibut : 64lbs.

The past few days have been fairly typical for June fishing.  Waves of Chinook came through but there was some fairly dry periods on the second and third day of the trip.  We think the steady high pressure system that has been hovering over the area slowed the fishing down but in the past 12 hours the fishing has dramatically gotten better.  A good number of Chinook were caught today all over the map.  Lots of smaller springs were landed which is generally a good sign for fishing in the next few days.  The old school spots like Honey Hole, Hog Heaven, Ryan's Hole, Sailor Rock, and Baker Point had the better bites for sure.  Dragging a Yellow UV spoon or protroll seemed to have the best results.  Depths ranged from 47 to 75 feet dependant on area.  The fish seem deeper in cleaner water as there is still a wide spread algae bloom in the upper part of the water column.

Halibut fishing remains excellent at the buoys in Borrowman Bay and Parker Passage, not too mention the Pacific Cod are thick all over as well.

Great ending to the trip from a slow start, we anticipate some pretty heavy fishing over the next few days.