2015 Bamfield and Barkley Sound Reports

Discussion in '2015 Saltwater Fishing Reports' started by Sculpin, Jan 16, 2015.

  1. Pitre

    Pitre Member

    Entrance to the Bamfield Harbour 71' feet 3.5" spackled green and yellow glow spoon 23# broken rod while playing it ... image.jpg image.jpg
     
  2. Pitre

    Pitre Member

    Caught on tuesday about 4 pm
     
  3. Tide Up

    Tide Up Member

    Great picture Pitre and nice fish

    That is one happy looking angler
     
  4. Oly1

    Oly1 Active Member

    Great looking fish and awesome seeing the young angler enjoying herself.
     
  5. xavier

    xavier Member

    Well done!!! Guessing this is G Pitre's report?

    Brock
     
  6. Pitre

    Pitre Member

    10-4......
     
  7. Sharphooks

    Sharphooks Well-Known Member

    Question about Ucluelet / Barkley Sound Timing:

    Earliest I've been is mid June

    My daughter asked about me taking her on a fishing trip maybe second week of May.

    What say you guys: a bit too early or is every year different?

    I was thinking of staying in Bamfield and fishing the local spots in the Sound


    thanks for any comments on success rate for that time of the yeAr
     
  8. searun

    searun Well-Known Member

    Late May is on again, off again. Had some very good trips, but a lot depends on if the fish swing into the sound. Main thing is to get out and have fun and the fish are the bonus.
     
  9. tubby

    tubby Member

    May can be quite good but is more weather dependent than June-Aug, outside areas like Sail Rk can be good.
     
  10. kelly

    kelly Well-Known Member

    I've had lights out 50+ spring days in May and then scratched to find a fish other years. Last year mid May was pretty slow but if you got lucky and were in the right place at the right time there was some good action.


    My first Bamfield charter was May 20th last year and the quality was pretty solid.

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  11. lure-washer

    lure-washer Member

    With all the talk recently regarding the exceptional warm water phenomena from Alaska, what is the Mackeral situation expected to be like?
    Lure-washer
     
  12. bulldog10

    bulldog10 New Member

    I caught one the last weekend in February in sarita bay
     

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  13. hambone

    hambone Well-Known Member

    Currently towing a barge off the west coast and I've noticed those floating jellyfish, velella velella are here in the millions. Did they ever leave or do we already have warm currents showing up??
     
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  14. seadna

    seadna Well-Known Member

    The water is warmer than at this time last year (and most years) but we don't yet have the strong currents of warm water from the south connecting up through to the north. That usually doesn't really connect until late June or early July. I'm disappointed to hear that there are tons of velella velella out there already but on the bright side perhaps they will die off before the salmon season really gets in full swing. They were a PITA to clean off the lines last year and sometimes forced me to fish in different areas just to avoid them.
     
  15. Derby

    Derby Well-Known Member

    That's not good news....
     
  16. spring fever

    spring fever Well-Known Member

    X2-not good-just back into Van heading for the island tomorrow and already trying to figure out what this means. I had never seen these jellyfish in any numbers until last year-fish were further out on the hi-way and I think deeper-may have to try a very early trip to WH and give it a try. Still disturbing in the long run!!
     
  17. Cougar Gold

    Cougar Gold Member

    I'm heading up Thursday. Are there any fish reports for inside the sound? Thanks.
     
  18. tubber

    tubber Well-Known Member

    11 degrees C water at La Perouse. Is that normal for this time of year?
     
  19. uclueletcharters

    uclueletcharters Well-Known Member

    Just means it will most likely be an offshore fishery if the temps up have to spend a little more time running to the deep edge not a biggie, sound fishing most likely will be weak with plentiful amounts of mackeral. Things change purhaps it will cool down.
     
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  20. SpringVelocity

    SpringVelocity Well-Known Member

    Heard they right in shore at renfrew as well.
     

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