Guide’s Report – August 18th

August 19, 2016 by Duane Foerter0

Rounding the dolphin I knew today was going to be a great day.  The sun was shining and the water was as calm as a lake, just the kind of day we dream about when we head out to go fishing.

60818242_wWe started the day fishing Bird 2. You could really cut the kelp hard in water conditions like today, and after a few passes by the west bay kelp bed we had our first Chinook on, and what a scrapper!  After a 5 minute fight it was in the net. A few more passes and a couple of pinks later we decided to go bottom fishing. It was slack tide so it was perfect time to jig up some lingcod and halibut. We went to the pinnacles off of Green Point where the bottom fishing has been spectacular, producing very good numbers of lingcod as well as some very large halibut. It wasn’t long before we had our first halibut on the line. Within an hour we had all 3 of our halibut and a lingcod in the boat… a perfect morning. Everyone was in great spirits going to the Driftwood at lunch. The day was filled with laughter, amazing weather, good fishing, good times with Reggie the eagle, sea lions, killer whales, and humpbacks.  I’m always looking forward to seeing what tomorrow brings!

Randy “The Hitman” Zinck

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