2015 Campbell River Reports

Discussion in '2015 Saltwater Fishing Reports' started by salmonkiller01, Jan 5, 2015.

  1. Barnacle Bill

    Barnacle Bill Well-Known Member

    Great report. Three hatchery and one wild? Gilled and princes cut?
    Looks really good. ................BB
  2. capt. crunch

    capt. crunch Member

    Nice haul Gong show! You reaped the rewards of going out on a crappy day for sure. I need to learn some secret holes for when the conditions aren't ideal.
  3. Fish Camp

    Fish Camp Well-Known Member

    Theres a reef at the north end of duncan bay boom chain 38'.Between the two reefs orange point dock north.Hali at 150' trolled duncan bay.june july i have found to be good time for this fishery,won't tell you what tide to fish but the opposite tide i fish copper bluffs if i can make the crossing in my small boat.When the mill was running guys were pulling fish of the dock with perkins . On there break they would always land one with there dropnet.
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  4. capt. crunch

    capt. crunch Member

    Got out a couple times this week and only scared up a couple shakers. Must not be holding my tongue in my mouth properly.
  5. Dbastock

    Dbastock Member

    Hey Fish Camp, do you fish outta a blue 16 ft tinny?
  6. Fish Camp

    Fish Camp Well-Known Member

    I have in past trips and will again soon,14' 17"transoms in both some blue above waterline.lund for truck , gregor on trailer ,12' red sears aluminum for 4x4 ,canoe red.Old boat i did have 10 years ago was blue.White knuckled a few crossings from the east side of grouse island a few times at dusk.As soon as ken fords is open, I will be at north side of shelter pt at 90'
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  7. Dbastock

    Dbastock Member

    I'm sure I've fished alongside you in a white 16' hourston and 19' grady center console. Not many people fish that area and the ones who do don't fish it well. This past summer we had great success in tight to the old mill pilings rolling bait. Got a few springs over twenty in less than 50' of water lines at 20-30.

  8. Fish Camp

    Fish Camp Well-Known Member

    One fish i had on there ,no one around ,a guide boat got sight of me and within minutes there was 20 guide boats mooching ,and i had no where to troll but deeper water.
  9. Cuba Libre

    Cuba Libre Well-Known Member

    And just when was this supposed to have happen?
  10. Fish Camp

    Fish Camp Well-Known Member

    12-15 years ago this happend.I fish Dbay every year.Toss up, good days i will go pt holms over to palister rock for a shallow troll ,or Dbay if the wind is up.Fits in between elk bay,muchlat lk,trips and shelter pt in may and cougar creek trip end of july .By the time i get back from north island in august campbell river springs will be in the river ,and i will already have enough spring in the freezer, the coho will be on the beaches.From now to april i fish kittycolman hump or go to a lake .Last year Ken fords launch in willow pt was blocked till april.
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  11. Daurax

    Daurax New Member

    Fished out by willow point for a couple of hours today had three on and two in the boat. Got one that weighed in at 26 so that was a nice surpise, sunny day lots of boats out fishing today image.jpg
  12. scott craven

    scott craven Well-Known Member

    Beauty ! very nice winter fish...

  13. Discus

    Discus Well-Known Member

    Very Nice 26 lbs winter!
  14. Daurax

    Daurax New Member

    Thanks guys, We got that one on a cut plug herring with no flasher down 175'. Sure makes for a nice fight when you are not fighting the flasher and only the fish they seem to run way more!
  15. Oly1

    Oly1 Well-Known Member

    Great fish for sure Daurax. I bet he was a nice surprise for a February fish.
  16. Dave H

    Dave H Well-Known Member

    I just saw in last Friday's local paper that a 31 was recently caught at the Hump.

    A Tyee in Feb is pretty darn good.

    Take care.
  17. Chaisin Tail

    Chaisin Tail New Member

    What's the bait of choice for winter springs? Herring or Chovies? It's my first winter living here and first time fishing these winter springs.
  18. Fish Assassin

    Fish Assassin Crew Member

    Great looking day, waters flat maybe 20 boats out here.

    Here's hoping :)
  19. eaglemaniac

    eaglemaniac Well-Known Member

    Good Luck out there Owen.;) eman
  20. Fish Assassin

    Fish Assassin Crew Member

    Thanks Man,

    200ft on a Tomic 602 Tubby minutes ago :)

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