2015 Comox Valley-Comox Harbour, Kitty Coleman, Cape Lazo, Denman & Hornby Islands

Discussion in '2015 Saltwater Fishing Reports' started by Admin, Jan 6, 2015.

  1. RiverBoy

    RiverBoy Well-Known Member

    I'm not sure how you are rigged up, but seeing as you are so new, it might be quite productive for you to search for bait balls , and jig. I know this sounds crazy but I have caught lots of decent Springs using this method. Go buy some point Wilson darts and sink them below the bait balls. Jig upward, and hang on. No promises, but good luck.
     
  2. Chum4chum

    Chum4chum New Member

    Well my boat has downriggers and I must have about $500 in flashers, hootchies, spoons, and what have you. I was thinking and even going to try your suggestion Riverboy but unless everything stayed static- how would you stay in a bait ball with tides and wind and bait ball moving around? I think it would have to be dead calm??? I ended up trolling for about 4 hours with flashers - one purple crush w/ army truck hootchie and one green onion flasher with cop car spoon, I varied depth as I marked the occasional fish, trying to be a bit below them...up to about 200 ft. Nothing. Then when I was working the hump, I was marking a bunch of fish around 30-40 ft, are these coho as they usually are shallow, no? I tried at their depth with other combos but realised everything I had read was for Springs- I'm not sure how to fish coho! I was watching Youtube vids on the boat trying to learn quick! I was even seeing them jump a lot. Nothing again. Oh well, went back shallow and caught some flounder! Still had a great day an eventually will figure these things out!
     
  3. bigbruce

    bigbruce Crew Member

    That's why it's called "fishing" not "catching". Keep at it, you'll eventually figure it out. Ask me how I know...
     
  4. Chum4chum

    Chum4chum New Member

    Yeah, I know. ...you can't stop this!
     
  5. Gettin_Bent

    Gettin_Bent New Member

    Anyone been out to kitty lately? Any action going on out there?
     
  6. blueugl

    blueugl Member

    black creek coho

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    Nice to meet you at the ramp today chum at pacific playgrounds I caught a 3 coho and 4 pacific cod this week out front of black creek 60' and 80' on the riggers 80' of water army truck hoochies mid day low slack tide 3 trips 3 hours each time hope you catch your first salmon or 2 today good luck.
    Terry
     
  7. RMH

    RMH Member

    Ok..ok I'll let the cat out of the bag....some nice coho off Kye Bay yesterday(29th). About 4:1 wild over hatchery
     
  8. eaglemaniac

    eaglemaniac Well-Known Member

    Much oblidged RMH, Ive been wondering how fishing up there was. You alone there? I was looking to head out of Union Bay that way. Thanks for the update.;) eman
     

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