June 27-2014

Largest Chinook : 34lbs.
Largest Halibut : 80lbs.

Yet another great trip for the guests.  The weather has been up and down, from extreme highs to lows within 48 hour periods which have really triggered some great Chinook action in the area.  It seemed as the pressure started to drop the fish started biting.  The bites were a little more wide spread this time, from Wall Island to number 5 all the way into the south shore of the Honey Hole.  Mornings have been quite a bit more productive then afternoons for all species including halibut and bottomfish.  Best methods for trolling up some big Springs have been purple haze or green flasher with 602 hoochie, various spoons including watermelon, UV and party girl and still protrolls.  Depths have ranged from 37 to 57 feet depending on area.  In with the springs there is also a good quantity of Coho getting upto 11 pounds.  More so at the top of the island.

Halibut fishing was still spotty but nice ones have been coming off the Pinnacle up to 80 pounds.  The bottomfishing has been great out at the Boot and Evans Rock.