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Fishing Reports 2017

Saltwater Fishing Report for the week ending September 01, 2010

Provided courtesy of Tyee Marine.


Cape Mudge: The lighthouse re-opened Septeber 1st. Some really great fish hanging around that area. The lighthouse can be very productive for fall and winter Spring fishing.


The Hump: Fishing has been excellent at the Hump all summer and should continue into the fall. There have been many Chinook caught there as well as Sockeye which are passing through the area in huge numbers. Still halibut being caught in that area. You will have the best luck if you target them using Power Bait or frozen bait.


A 72 pound Spring was caught around Sonora Island at the start of the month. This fish took about 40 min to reel in and is the largest recorded salmon caught in the Campbell River area in almost 50 years!!!


Shelter / Willow Point: One of the hottest fishing spots right now is the area between the two points. Fish this spot on the ebb, trolling in a northerly direction using anchovies or UV coloured hoochies.


Seymour Narrows-north: The Chinook fishing has been great north of the narrows with fish being caught at most locations. Sockeye are plentiful at Deepwater Bay and Green Sea Bay. With record numbers coming through the Straight this year, we may see them around for a while.


Pinks have arrived at area beaches and another banner year is predicted by local hatchery staff. These fish can be caught with flies or gear.


 

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