Bamfield Poett Nook 2014- 2015

Discussion in '2014 Saltwater Fishing Reports' started by the fog ducker, Apr 23, 2014.

  1. the fog ducker

    the fog ducker Well-Known Member


    im suppose ta be on 6 lol
    im terrible with my radio ,
    will do my best ta have er on

    gd lk out there , have a friend trolling out in the sound right now ,
    not even a sniff yet , hes bumpin around spot ta spot fairly quickly
    , post if i here anything solid


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  2. Bod

    Bod Active Member

    I've heard the fishing has been good all week at the Bamfield Wall. Decided to check it out this morning and got 22 pounder and released an 8 & 6 in about 40 minutes.
     
  3. getbent

    getbent Well-Known Member

    Nice work ken...good to hear, did you even get up to temp???
     
  4. Olde School

    Olde School Well-Known Member

    Sound was slow this weekend, for all types fish.
    Prawning was very good, as was crabbing.
    Many whales around.

    This morning my son had a nice spring on, around 10#, NW of Link Island, and a seal stuck its head out of the water with the salmon's tale in it's mouth. Bye bye spring!
    We have seen this many times off Nanaimo, but my dad had never seen it happen - so I guess it was sorta cool for him? Actually he is talking about mounting RPGs on the boat now ;-)
    The seal then followed us for over an hour so we packed up and ran for home.
     
  5. kelly

    kelly Well-Known Member

    Had the first charters of the year on the weekend. Tough fishing but managed some decent fish with Hali to 45 lbs and Chinook to 20.

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  6. the fog ducker

    the fog ducker Well-Known Member

    Fellas
    Just back from 4 days of burnin sum serious fuel , I dedicate this to the guys that say that we never have off days , this was a painfully slow outing , we only kept 6 springs to 14 lbs in 3 days fishin , released quite a few between 4-6lbs , almost all marked , im not gonna get into where we all fished , cause was pretty much everywhere , and if we weren’t there , friends were, SLOWWWWW…most boats outta the Nook did not have much success ..
    the fish are definitely starting to raise in the water column , we had a few fish at 45- 60 feet , but most around the 100 foot level , areas that produced were , Swale , Turtle Head , Bamfield harbour , Sanford south,,,Whistlebuoy …. needle fish and spoons worked for us , spoons without flashers as well , kitchen sink and chrome live image in 4.0 ‘s for spoons …. trex and splatter needles worked well , 5.25in. rhys davis anchovies with no flashers also had success , put our last day in bottom fish , easy limits , couple of large Cabezon that were a pain in da azz ta clean , Hopper insists there dalish ? we will see..
    Halibut seemed ta be pretty good for the guys that ventured out , 5-7 mile was decent for trolling em up outta the mud ,
    All n all , a very slow trip for us , looks like Kelly had more success than us , nice fish !!
    Hear you were in Jon’s boat ,seen you guys trollin the Harbour mouth once was all … seen the Mills boat out there , hope ya gave em $hit at the whistlebuoy Jerry 
    Morgan giving Matt a lesson on Bonkin a 55lb flattie , nice work…
    See ya soon

    fd
     

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  7. getbent

    getbent Well-Known Member

    Ducker, them Cabezons are great to eat....fresh is best for what I have found...great report...
     
  8. chinnok

    chinnok Member

    Felix, how did your Airmar P66 work out for you on your latest trip to Bamfield.

    Doug
     
  9. Fishtofino

    Fishtofino Well-Known Member

    They are on the way. Killing them here
     
  10. the fog ducker

    the fog ducker Well-Known Member

    The transducer performed incredibly , i will be using it om my electronic upgrade soon , better tracking at higher speeds , very clear imaging , most importantly , much harder to break !!
    Great unit , highly recommended !!


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  11. kelly

    kelly Well-Known Member

    If they hold much longer up there you might have company.
     
  12. searun

    searun Well-Known Member

    Tons of American hatchery chinooks kicking around the Sound now. Last few days were great.
     
  13. Derby

    Derby Well-Known Member

    Yup...its was fun on your boat this weekend..... even the odd prawn and hali around...:)
     

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  14. jeffywestcoast

    jeffywestcoast Well-Known Member

    Nice report guys... few tasty looking fish there!
     
  15. Reel Time

    Reel Time Active Member

    8 springs, and one helluva beautiful lucky lager!


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  16. Sculpin

    Sculpin Well-Known Member

    Nicely done :cool:.
     
  17. scott craven

    scott craven Well-Known Member

    All hatchery as well ?
     
  18. I understood that Lucky Lagers have never been successfully reproduced in a Hatchery. Something about the water I was told. Maybe there will be a scientific breakthrough some day. Until then, we will have to rely on Sasquatches to harvest them in their natural state.

    Drewski
     
  19. Derby

    Derby Well-Known Member

    it was mostly a hatch fest.. :)
     
  20. Chinook Breeze

    Chinook Breeze New Member

    Just Back from a few days at the Nooke. Got to take the new boat out for the first time. Come by and say Hi anytime, Dock space 133, 2825 Kingfisher. Never really got into any good fishing however this trip was more of a set things up and figure things out kinda trip. Saturday we got a nice Hali at 7mile, headed over to south bank and then Sail rock and got zero. Fished yesterday at Swale and picked up a few small springs. :cool:
     

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