North Island Lodge Report: August 14, 2006
August 14, 2006 | 1469 Views
Boulder/Guinia continue to produce large Chinook. Although productivity is slightly reduced from the previous trips, those who chose to “Stick and Stay”, made it pay. The largest Chinook of the trip went to Scott Shepherd with his 46lber! First timers Christine and David Bristow brought in 5 tyees between them.
For added excitement, those who wanted Coho went to the Cabbage Patch where a large school of excellent Coho entertained all who visited. On the tide change, the Coho moved out, and the Chinook moved in.
The herring has just moved back in to the Lighthouse, and the guides are moving in as I write this, we will know this evening how many fish are pushing herring in.
The weather continues to be ideal for the fish. The skies are overcast, there is a bit of fog, and a slight drizzle on and off. Water temperature is holding at around 52 degrees.
North Island Lodge Manager