Yes, it has been a very solid week of fishing for the boys at Pacific Angler. Our head guide, Eddie, hooked into chinook throughout the entire week.
The hump has been producing well for us this pas week. Eddie did well with a flasher and spoon combo. The smaller spoons were actually the hot ticket. He noticed the fish he caught the day before was full of sticklebacks so switched to a smaller spoon.
And the smaller spoon did in fact produce. Goes to show you sometimes it really pays off to be observant and go with your gut instinct.
Over the weekend the local scene was quite steady, however Thrasher Rock really turned on. We heard some excellent reports from our customers and guides. Some of the guys were saying that it was some of the best fishing of the year. Hoochies and flashers were flying out the door all weekend as our saltwater guys headed out to Thrasher Rock.
Looking forward the chinook fishing off the Hump, Bell Buoy and QA should remain good as well as Thrasher Rock. This is good news because when the wind picks up and you can’t get over to Thrasher Rock you can still fish some productive local waters.
We still have some availability on the Salty Dawg this Sunday. If you want to get out on the water make sure to give Dave a call at Pacific Angler (604-872-2204). Pacific Angler still has availability for Mastering Local Saltwater Salmon Fishing course in June. This is quickly becoming Pacific Angler’s most popular course and fills up fast so make sure to call today to book your spot.