07/30/15 Kyuquot Sound Fishing Report

The fishing this season has been simply superb. Loads of medium sized Chinook from the edge all the way to the surfline. Last week the night bite was on fire but now as the tides are progressing to a morning bite tide we expect more early morning action.

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The fish are deep, in the bottom twenty feet of the water column regardless of where we are fishing.
Trolling using Gibbs Highliner flashers with hootchies or spoons. Bait just slows things down so no need to fiddle with it.
Halibut sizes have been generous as well with both fish within their size categories being easily attainable. Interesting note is that more Sole are present this year so seeing some of them in our incidental catch.
The weather was great the last two weeks with a couple of small south easters that brought rain mixed with some gray days….yes rain…hard to believe. This kept the westerly winds down so it was great sea conditions.
We are back to a westerly pattern with clear skies this week but so far the winds have not been big.

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Marilyn Murphy

Murphy’s Sportfishing


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