The mouth of the Cap has been slow since the last report due to a huge amount of rain than allowed the fish easy passage up the river. However, the forecast is much better this coming week and the river is now dropped back down and we should see some more coho and chinook sitting off the mouth this week.
- JT with a nice coho!
Flashers and anchovies fished close to the bottom should do the trick when these fish show up. Check out our guide journal from October 2012 and you will see there are some nice fish that we caught last year as late as Oct 15th.
- Slabs from Sandheads!
There has also been some good action down at the Sandheads (S. Arm of Fraser) for coho, chum and the odd chinook. We were down there yesterday and had a lot of action and manages to put a few nice hatchery coho in the boat and release a few nice wild ones. 20ft to 70ft on the riggers was good and anchovies or white hoochies were both very effective.
Calm waters and tight lines,