2014 ECVI Nanoose Bay, French Creek Reports

Discussion in '2014 Saltwater Fishing Reports' started by VanCity Tyee, Apr 13, 2014.

  1. trophywife

    trophywife Well-Known Member

    nice fishn kelly!! man you got long arms!!
     
  2. Derby

    Derby Well-Known Member

    Did that fish get you the winning ticket in the derby?
     
  3. jeffywestcoast

    jeffywestcoast Well-Known Member

    Nice fish Kelly ! looked like a pretty good haul for you, have heard good things of that sangster place.. wanna fish it one day!
     
  4. Redfisher

    Redfisher Active Member

    Off topic .......but if you are interested the US aircraft carrier Nimitz is off Nanoose Harbor doing maneuvers today. it is one big ship.
     
  5. the fog ducker

    the fog ducker Well-Known Member

    wheres the LIKE button , lmfao

    fd
     
  6. kelly

    kelly Well-Known Member

    Nope, just catching fish over 15 lbs haha.
     
  7. kelly

    kelly Well-Known Member

    Roger, surprised it held on. Stoked on the new yammie.
     
  8. Derby

    Derby Well-Known Member

    right on man.. good on u..:)
     
  9. getbent

    getbent Well-Known Member

    Way to go buddy!!!
    Less than a month and back in Bam, hope to see you for a couple of pops
     
  10. Pescado_Loco

    Pescado_Loco Member

    Any reports? I am thinking about fishing out of French Creek early tomorrow.
     
  11. Seafever

    Seafever Well-Known Member

    Out off Schooner Cove today......with wifey

    1 10lb Chinook
    1 12 Chinook
    1 hatchery Coho
    I Ling Cod
    6 kelp greenling (not in pic)

    High slack was at 2:45 pm ......most of the action was around that time.

    Chinooks caught on Green Splatterback hooch/ Green -silver flasher...
    Coho...same
    Ling....3 inch metallic green/silver plug

    Chinook were all full of very small 1 1/2 to 2 inch baitfish.

    Almost zero weed out there....thought I was going to run into a truckload because Jeffy said Nanaimo was plastered with it yesterday...

    All the fish were caught in 100ft or less of water.......depth of bottom :- 120 to 80ft. 001.jpg
     
  12. Klob

    Klob Well-Known Member

    French creek was spotty, but managed to get fish, bite was later in the day. Cohos out on top of deep water. Managed a 21# out at the humps on an army truck.
     
  13. banger17

    banger17 Well-Known Member

    got a late start and decided on Ballenas this morning. Unfortunately we went 0/2 on some action around the low slack. first fish not too big, second one definitely had some size as did a couple good runs and broke off the trailing hook on hootchie. All hookups at 105ft on white hootchies.
     
  14. mhbradley

    mhbradley Active Member

    Thanks for the report and sorry for the misfortune of 0/2, but you beat most by getting bites!

    By white hoochies do you mean white glow hoochies or white UV hoochies (OAL12R)...

    Thanks :)
     
  15. banger17

    banger17 Well-Known Member

    oh ya - beats a day at the office for sure!

    white hootchies were white glow/oil slick.

    lots of boats at Gerald and Mistaken, wonder how they did?
     
  16. Seafever

    Seafever Well-Known Member

    White oil-slick hoochy:-

    That the AM12R North Pacific?
     
  17. MRWood

    MRWood Well-Known Member

    Fished Mistaken yesterday morn, fishing was slow. Picked up a small keeper and lost another at the morning slack. Splatteback at 160'. From what I could tell on the radio most were finding the fishing slow. As Seafever said, the fish I caught had very small baitfish in it. Might have to switch back to my secret squirt :)
     
  18. Seafever

    Seafever Well-Known Member

    Try the high slack and get closer to the reefs.....if you can stand the hair-pulling moments keeping the c/ball off the rocks......:p

    That's why I use a small planer (luhr-Jensen deep six) with no flasher and a spoon on it most times in that close.....or use a lighter cannonball like a 5lb or 10lb that won't kill the wallet if I lose it if pulling flasher and hoochy.

    Much of the tiny bait is in close to the reefs....

    Last year we were jigging in about 40ft of water and my wife hooked into a Chin that was Tyee-class......
     
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  19. Copper Moon

    Copper Moon Member

    Winchester has been producing at low slack. Some fish starting to show around Yen.
     
  20. Seafever

    Seafever Well-Known Member

    Where is "Winchester"?
     

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