The Clubhouse Report: July 12, 2011
July 13, 2011 | 1050 Views
Just got off the water, so yes, time for a quick fishing update. The North westerly is howling and the west side of Langara is rocking tonight, fortunately we have the old mans spot, Coho Point to fish! We are in a dry pattern with fog beginning to show, so yes summer is here!
Fishing today was on fire for small fish, coho and chum, small springs and pinks, as fast as you baited a hook it was hit at Coho Point. Our choices of fishing areas was reduced drastically, we have been doing well out at Lacy again, lots of fish and a few less lions. The Springs there have been averaging 17 lbs with the fish in the twenties being the better size. Very few tyees at this point, high twenties are now big fish this week.
Halibut fishing was not possible out west, the conservation winds are blowing. Looks like a 30 knot westerly tomorrow, so lets hope some springs roll into Coho Point. The wind looks like it will mellow on the weekend.
So I hope to fish the pass tomorrow and see if I can hit a few with my rigger shallow in tight along Bruin and the reef. Coho fishing remains outstanding, fish almost everywhere in the water column.
Thanks for checking in, I hope to have a big fish to tell you about tomorrow.
Mike Tonnesen, Head Guide , Screamer