Telegraph Cove area

Discussion in '2015 Saltwater Fishing Reports' started by SpringFever552, Aug 21, 2014.

  1. SpringFever552

    SpringFever552 Well-Known Member

    Heading up that way for 3 days this coming weekend. Should be launching around noon Sat.in Telegraph
    Campion Explorer 552 "SpringFever"
    Wondering if anybody has any info they care to share for up there?..I will be looking for sockeye 1st this trip, and maybe if time permits then some bottom fish...
    Thanks in advance
     
  2. bigbruce

    bigbruce Crew Member

    Just back from 5 weeks at Alder Bay. The sockeye seemed to appear in "pulses". I had pretty good success for a couple of days in the area south of Double Bay - anywhere from 150' - 250' of water. Third day, nada.
     
  3. Busterbrown

    Busterbrown Active Member

    I am here now ..sockeye fishing has been very good .Usual spots ,Double bay , Cracroft and Malcolm Pt to Pultney point.look for jumpers and drop those lines
     
  4. SpringFever552

    SpringFever552 Well-Known Member

    Thanks guys...I dont mind going for a cruise to find them...if wind is good will be taking a cruise down Johnston looking for the "mother load" lol
    Love fishing Craycroft its such a fishy place
     
  5. tyeeking

    tyeeking Member

    My brother and I fished Craycroft for years before shifting to Nootka/Esperanza. There are few places as fishy as Craycroft on a flood tide. I love working the "Herring Pen" and the edge of the rip that forms off the point.
     
  6. robertg

    robertg Member

    Just got back from Telegraph Cove, still lots of sox around as well as coho,s. Double Bay, Parsons and Cracroft were the places to be.
     

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