There is another fire reported in BC and it’s in the waters of Caamano Sound. Fishing has been hot and the fish can’t get by us. Incredible Chinook fishing these past few days, 5 more Tyee have been caught in the past 24 hours and loads of high teens to high twenties are being brought
It’s been an incredible ride so far. The big ones keep biting, the lodge count for Tyee is at 22 landed and a great deal lost at sea. Every group has had that magic moment where things just couldn’t get any better on the water, hard feeding non stop big fish action. So far the
The past few days were a little inconsistent, a big low frontal system moved in today and slowed things up in some areas. Having said that #13 offered some great fishing this morning, all boats limited with great ease when the bite was on. Yesterday has great fishing around Preacher Rock, #7 and Kettle Inlet.
The fishing is still on in the area. After an incredible opening trip, the sun came out and the fish got sleepy for the first couple of days but the last two days have proved that the first trip wasn’t a one hit wonder. The fish have come back into our neighbourhood and are offering
The fishing right now is the best we have ever had at this time of year – maybe best fishing we have had in the past few years….period. The whole area is full of Chinook, average catches are 18-28 pounds with multiple Tyee landed over the past couple of days. Also, take into consideration that our
The fishing continues and there are a few more guides working the water to give a better idea of what is happening out there. Until now we were limited to the morning bite and huddled in the Honey Hole (#2-#3) which continues to hold bait and decent Chinook action. Average size is still 15-25 pounds
Largest Chinook : 48lbs.Largest Halibut : 120lbs. Hogust continues. Fishing remains strong in the area. Big guys continue to roll in everyday and the Chinook fishing has been very consistent each morning. Mixed in are some really nice coho, upto 15 pounds so far. Most of the fishing has been concentrated arouund the Parker Passage and Honey
Largest Chinook : 40lbsLargest Halibut : 150lbs Well “Hog”ust is definitely upon us. The weather has changed to overcast with some precipitation and along with the change so did the fishing. July proved to be very trying for weather, hot, sunny and breezy. Not the best conditions for water or the most attractive environment for salmon. As