See You In September?October 20, 2016 | 385 Views
It’s something to consider. The records show that late-season fishing at Langara Island has an extra layer of mystique, especially after all the other lodges have closed down but summer still hangs in the air and the Salmon remain in abundance.
It’s a special feeling to have this place entirely to yourself, so we are going to keep the fires burning at The Clubhouse right up until our End Of Season Party – aka Langara Rocks – where the finest in culinary arts and live music will be featured nightly on The Clubhouse deck in a rock and roll salute to 2017 on September 10-13.
When it comes to fishing, nobody describes late-season atmosphere at Langara Island quite like Mike Tonnesen (AKA Screamer), veteran head guide at The Clubhouse. Screamer’s late-season reports from each of the last four years indicate that the fishing season was far from over at the end of August. In fact, it was during early September he reported great weather, calm seas and some of the best fishing of the summer for Chinook and Coho Salmon.
Have a quick read through Screamer’s September highlights, and find out why a late-season adventure should be of interest to you!
“Hard to believe it is September already here at Langara, but yes, hot sunny day and biting fish of all varieties.”
“Labour day has arrived here at Langara, no rest here though, Chinook are on the bite! Weather has been fantastic for two days, no wind, actually warm out there. Flat calm seas everywhere, Chinooks plentiful on a morning bite. September is proving to be a good fishery, year after year!”
“Hello again from Langara Island, where the spring action is still hot, and the totes are full! Every tote was plugged this am, 130 Salmon hit the dock! Buckets of springs and a decent amount of Coho from the am fish, as well as plenty of Halibut from the east side fishery.”
“Good evening from Langara, yes we are open and not only catching Chinooks, we are catching lots of them! The weather continues to be incredible and with flat seas, sunny skies, and Salmon standing on their tails with mouths open. I can hardly believe this is mid Sept. and we are the only lodge open with Langara Island all to ourselves.”
Client Appreciation Trips
Don’t forget, guests who have already fished with us this year can take advantage of the discounted Client Appreciation trips offered for a return trip on August 30 to September 3 and September 3 to 7 at both The Clubhouse and North Island Lodge.
For more information or to book your spots contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 1-888-432-6666.