Discussion in '2018 Saltwater Fishing Reports' started by SFBC, Jan 1, 2018.
I would strongly recommend that nobody else move to the Island. We get a lot of rain and some pretty big wind storms. You may be better off where you are at.
Not only that the ferries stop during the storms and we are stuck here - add to that no water in Nanaimo - its tough sledding.
And we only just got power back late last night - the island is absolutely the last kid on the block to be supported for sure - truly not a good place to be,
Back to the thread heading, I hope to get out (weather permitting) between now and New Years. Would likely poke around the Humps, Ballenas, Gerald, etc. What would be 2-3 useful combination and depths that people would suggest?
Power out thursday at 2:00 pm, back on sunday at 8:15 pm.
Winter springs, Fish deep, usual “glow” flashers and spoons.
Had a good end to the year on the humps this afternoon. Fished from 1 til 3:30 with two kept springs, two fish lost and one ling cod released. All fish were on hootchies off the bottom. The two springs were 9 or 10 lbs.
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