Kingfisher Report – May 26th

May 27, 2015 by Duane Foerter1
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Only 3 days until Opening for 2015!

The entire QCL summer team has been in sunny Naden Harbour for several days now, settling in, training and getting prepared to welcome our guests for our 25th season!
And what a season it’s going to be! We’re excited to introduce some fantastic new programs in both food & beverage as well as in fishing & marine. Keep on eye on future blog posts to hear all about it!

Our guide team has been in a week-long “guide school” – both on the water and in the “classroom” – checking out the fishing grounds. Veterans are sharing the fine points with some new additions to the team, ensuring they are entirely up to speed with the QCL fishing program. They’re finding lots of fish, mainly those brawny feeder Springs in the 15-25 pound class. They’re hitting anything green run behind a flasher at 25-30 feet! Anchovies are also working very well and our famous Tiger Prawn spoon is killer. Cape Naden to Bird 1 have been especially productive these past few days and we’re spending more time checking out B-II to Klashwun Point this week. Moderate northwest winds and big blue skies have been hanging around for over a week now and are predicted to continue through the weekend – it feels like summer! Tides will be moderate for opening weekend, with changes of 7 to 10 feet.

After opening day, look forward to more frequent posts, coming from the Fishmaster, the Bell Ringer, the Guide Team and from Shooter! You’ll really know what’s going on up here this summer! Stay tuned!


One comment

  • Greg johnston

    May 28, 2015 at 9:22 pm

    I’m an avid salmon fishy guy from Minnesota living in Oregon looking forward to my trip this Monday with my friend Jim Massey whose been there before , see you Monday

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