PEREGRINE LODGE

Naden Harbour

Queen Charlotte Islands/Haida Gwaii

FISHING REPORT / BLOG

August 26 - 30, 2009

Posted August 30, 2009 by Paul Laurie

 
Weather for this trip was your normal Charlotte weather for this time of year. Still lots of coho action on this a total of 130 to be exact and the halibut continue to be in abundance. The Chinooks are still here not in great amounts but still fairly productive. John Middlebro had the largest halibut for the trip at 29lbs. and Roger Bryn had the largest coho weighing in at a nice 17lbs. The largest Chinook of the trip was a beautiful 47lbs caught by Greg Elines.

Paul Laurie

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August 26 - 30, 2009

Posted August 30, 2009 by Paul Laurie

 
Weather for this trip was your normal Charlotte weather for this time of year. Still lots of coho action on this a total of 130 to be exact and the halibut continue to be in abundance. The Chinooks are still here not in great amounts but still fairly productive. John Middlebro had the largest halibut for the trip at 29lbs. and Roger Bryn had the largest coho weighing in at a nice 17lbs. The largest Chinook of the trip was a beautiful 47lbs caught by Greg Elines.

Paul Laurie

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August 19 - 23, 2009

Posted August 23, 2009 by Paul Laurie


Good sea conditions, tight schools of coho with halibut and ling cod mixed in defined the trip.

The coho were concentrated in the west in tight schools feeding on the large amount of bait.

A number of humpback whales were feasting on the bait schools, giving the fleet some great whale watching.

A few Chinook were caught on the traditional points , while the halibut and ling cod were caught inshore with the feed.

The largest Chinook was a 36lb landed by Marty Allard, the largest halibut was 40lbs landed by Jim Allard.

Paul Laurie

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August 19 - 23, 2009

Posted August 23, 2009 by Paul Laurie


Good sea conditions, tight schools of coho with halibut and ling cod mixed in defined the trip.
 

The coho were concentrated in the west in tight schools feeding on the large amount of bait.

A number of humpback whales were feasting on the bait schools, giving the fleet some great whale watching.

A few Chinook were caught on the traditional points , while the halibut and ling cod were caught inshore with the feed.

The largest Chinook was a 36lb landed by Marty Allard, the largest halibut was 40lbs landed by Jim Allard.

Paul Laurie

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