Brown's Bay

Discussion in '2017 Saltwater Fishing Reports' started by Wireman101, Sep 17, 2017.

  1. Prawn Star

    Prawn Star Member

    I fished all day Sunday in very windy conditions. Tried to fish sep head during the ebb but no go. Fished Plumper till the tide change. Caught one chum on a googly eye. Fished the flood at sep head/deep water and no takers. Left at three with the one chum.
     
  2. albernifisher

    albernifisher Well-Known Member

    Chum derby in 10 days...
     
  3. Birdman

    Birdman Member

    Hoping its just a late run like a lot seemed to be this year, but if its not happening by Thanksgiving weekend then in my past experience we are likely not in for a good year. Too bad as well given that fishing conditions have been mostly sunny lately which should help the bite. Hopefully there is a good slug of fish in the upper straits and they move down soon!
     
  4. Cuba Libre

    Cuba Libre Well-Known Member

    have faith-- things can change on a single tide...
     
  5. albernifisher

    albernifisher Well-Known Member

    Just talked to a friend. He got a 10,12 and 17
     
  6. yukoner

    yukoner New Member

    Wanting to come up fer chum derb could anyone give me an idea of run time from Campbell river to browns
    Cheers
     
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  7. littlechucky

    littlechucky Active Member

    Usually 20 - 30 mins depending on tides and wind. It's about a 10 - 11 nautical mile run.
     
  8. yukoner

    yukoner New Member

    Thanks!!
     
  9. RODNREEL

    RODNREEL Active Member

     
  10. CRmark

    CRmark New Member

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  11. littlechucky

    littlechucky Active Member

    There are probably others with a lot more experience passing through than me as I have only gone on good weather days.

    Best to go around slack. Better running with the current than against. I imagine it can get ugly with a NW wind and a big ebb tide.

    Your boat will also dictate your level of comfort.

    Most people hug tight to Race Point then head north and hug the light house on Maud Island. Basically the shortest line through.

    Lots of water moving through but nothing crazy in the right boat and reasonable conditions.
     
  12. yukoner

    yukoner New Member

    Thanks for the site will probably try to follow someone but if not will take re easy
     
  13. yukoner

    yukoner New Member

    Thanks again !! 27' northwest aluminum is the ride
     
  14. RiverBoy

    RiverBoy Active Member

    you'll be fine. . just keep it moving, don't stop and do what little chucky sed hug the maud island light house and the quadra shore
     
  15. Trophy21

    Trophy21 Active Member

    Fished deepwater bay today 1:00-3:30. Slowwwwww........no fish finning saw no nets out. Maybe morning was better?
     
  16. albernifisher

    albernifisher Well-Known Member

    I'm still wondering why the chum derby tickets jumped $15 and are now $50. Same price as the port alberni salmon fest and they have a $15,000 first prize
     
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  17. fishin solo

    fishin solo Well-Known Member

    pay for the band.... heard its foo fighters
     
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  18. albernifisher

    albernifisher Well-Known Member

    I was happy with the one Irish rover lol
     
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  19. Crow

    Crow Active Member

    Fish plumper today from 10 to noon didn’t see anything caught. Moved up to Deepwater Bay saw one fish caught and a large school on the surface as well as a couple jumpers. Trolled up the wall Towards loggers were we saw one boat land up a doubleheader Around 2. Trolled back down to wards separation passing a couple of smaller schools on the surface no takers . Pulled our lines at 3 PM.
    Our luck can only get better....
     
  20. Olde School

    Olde School Well-Known Member

    It is slow for chum atm.
     

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