Bamfield, British Columbia, Canada
Bamfield Area is Off and ON But Offshore Very Consistent
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Chinook Salmon to 24 lbs MEDIOCRE Flood Mid Morning 80 to 170
Coho Salmon to 13 lbs MEDIOCRE N/A N/A 40 to 90
Not Targeted: Chum Salmon, Halibut, Lingcod, Pink Salmon, Sockeye Salmon
The salmon fishing around Bamfield over the past few days has been very inconsistent. There have been a few salmon along the Bamfield Wall, Whittlestone, Beale, and Edward King. Some individuals have had success fishing along the opposite side of Fleming Island right down to the Yacht Club. The best fishing continues to be out on the Big Bank close to the Rats Nose. The Egg, Flat Tops and the area east of the egg has been holding Chinook that have been consistently in the eight to fourteen pound range. There have been some larger sized Chinook in the mix every once and a while. There have also been some good numbers of HATCHERY Coho Salmon over the past few days. The Coho are getting to be much larger recently and are in shallower water. West Coast Vancouver Island Chinook and Coho shold begin to show up in better numbers as we approach mid August. The expectation and forecast is that the Chinook and Coho salmon should be above average returns. The salmon often migrate close to the beach and then enter Barkley Sound and feed on the vast amount of bait fish before making their final push to their natal streams, creeks and rivers. Look for some world class fishing during the second half of August and into September in and around Bamfield, B.C. For more information call Doug at 250 731 7389. Organize your early fall fishing trip today.
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Slivers Charters
Slivers Charters Salmon Sport Fishing is a salmon (sockeye, coho, chinook) halibut charter business located in Port Alberni, British Columbia. Slivers Charters Salmon Sport Fishing will guide you to large schools of sockeye, chinook, and coho as well as plentiful stocks of halibut on the beautiful west coast of Vancouver Island.
Port Alberni, British Columbia, Canada
[Contact] Doug Lindores
[ph] (250) 724-2502
[cell] (250) 731-7389
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