June 6-2015

Largest Chinook : 29lbs.
Largest Halibut :

First group is in and off to a good but late start.  We have been fishing pretty hard over the past few days and the Chinook fishing has been great.  As per usual the morning and evening bite has been the best starting at Sailor Rock(#2) all the way up to Ulric Point(#5).  Fish sizes have been varied about 50/50 around the 10 pound mark and the rest over 20.  Protrolled herring and various uv, glow and green themed spoons have been catching the most at depths of around 30-45 feet. 

So far we haven't had a really good go at the halibut so tough to say which spot is producing best, I will have a better report in a couple of days when the boats get a better chance to try the old faithful spots out for a few tides. 

It is a nice calm morning so the crew will be headed off shore to do some bottom fishing for ling and snapper as well as try some trolling for salmon.  If it was anything like a few days ago they will do fantastic out there.

Great to have the lodge bustling with fishers again, I'll keep you updated in the next couple of days.