June 16-2014

Largest Chinook : 32lbs.
Largest Halibut : 65lbs.

The last few days have been gradually getting better. The first two days of this past trip were fairly slow. The water was dirty and the fish were really spread out. Today was much better as a westerly wind blew in some nice clear water and the fish started biting. There is lots of early teenagers kicking aroun 10-15 pounds but as of late more and more mid 20's are being brought in.  The best spot by far has been honey hole for big fish. But #5 to Baker Point and the far side have also given up some beauties.    The anglers are fishing 40-60 feet with pretty much everything from flasher hoochies to cutplug and everything is producing. The Coho still are scarce, only a few a day but that is set to change.

Offshore fishing has picked up as well, Towner Banks and Evans have been the better spots for Lingcod and Snapper.  The Halibut fishing remains awesome, the Pinnacle hhas produced some great fish since the start.