2020 Vancouver-Howe Sound-Sechelt Reports Thread

Discussion in '2020 Saltwater Fishing Reports' started by SFBC, Jan 1, 2020.

  1. AndrewH

    AndrewH Well-Known Member

    SH has good viz and maybe 1’ chop.
     
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  2. Kfishr

    Kfishr Member

    Fished SH 7 to noon. Choppy early, then winds pickup, fog smog came in. 1 under size, couple of shakers. Left early, should know better winds from west is never good. Back tomorrow.
     
  3. Colin Turner

    Colin Turner New Member

    Thanks for posting the link, I had not been monitoring the form for a few months due to DFO insanity in their regulations.
    I just signed the petition and I hope everyone that reads this signs it as well.
     
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  4. SlabWacker

    SlabWacker New Member

    Late report from yesterday, at sandheads, manage to box 2, only but consider it a awesome day 31# IMG_2375.JPG and 10#. One of them was a big one. 2 other qualifiers long line release and a few jacks. 330 water, 77 downrigger
     
  5. wildmanyeah

    wildmanyeah Crew Member

    Is that another hatch tyee?
     
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  6. SlabWacker

    SlabWacker New Member

    Not a hatch, the fin is bent over, it put up a epic battle for my buddy. So much FUN!!!!!
     
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  7. Morty

    Morty Member

    They actually market them as Ivory King Salmon. VERY EXPENSIVE in New York.
     
  8. prodjsaig

    prodjsaig Active Member

    I would like to get out one last time but my girlfriend would be fing pissed. Women cost money in more ways than one.
     
  9. Deejray

    Deejray Active Member

    Is it possible to like a post more than once? lol
     
  10. hippaisland

    hippaisland Well-Known Member

    So does fish in the grocery store. That’s what I tell her(we are providers:p). Found one late this afternoon off pink apts. snuck our after work, tide still ripping hard so stayed away from cap mouth. Mid-high teens. Chovie deep. Wasn’t much going on for other boats by looks of it but wasn’t out for long.
     

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  11. chinnok

    chinnok Active Member

    Sound s like you have a big problem on your hands!!!!
     
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  12. samba123

    samba123 New Member

    First year fishing mouth of fraser... can anyone tell me if Friday and this weekend may be slow due to the rainfall this week? I've heard a steady few days of rain pushes a lot of fish up the river and makes fishing the following few days at NA and SH quite slow. If an experienced guy who has fished this area for many years can chime in that would be really appreciated. Also, how does everything think the fishing has been for this September compared to previous years?
     
  13. sir-vivor

    sir-vivor Well-Known Member

    Flat calm , no fish,, no Orcas , lots of seals and smoke ... still better than best day at work. and YES after the big rain this weekend will be tougher but still better than work 20200917_114745.jpg
     
  14. BCRingo

    BCRingo Crew Member

    Can’t wait to fish the Cap mouth on a Saturday afternoon....
     
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  15. pescador

    pescador Well-Known Member

    At North arm. Flat calm. No fish. A few boats. Lots of smoke but vis is ok. Using spoons today forgot chovies. It’ll be an experiment
     
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  16. sasqman

    sasqman Crew Member

    Love spoons.
    Flasher or no flasher?
     
  17. sir-vivor

    sir-vivor Well-Known Member

    Looks like your sometimers has kicked in , sometimes u remember and sometimes u dont , dont worry anchovies havent got me nothin today so far, I'm thinking of switching to spoons and superfast trolling
     
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  18. pescador

    pescador Well-Known Member

    Flasher. I may try without if I don’t get action.
     
  19. the butcher

    the butcher Well-Known Member

    Tuesday seems like another tough day which has been the case lately... Started off early sept with med herring and got no love.. then switched over to new crispy anchovies and did started to do better... On tuesday the anchovy wasn't working for me and didn't seem like it was working for others as well since I didn't see any nets out for most of the day. I decided to switch things up and had some med herring that was old and stale. Threw them out and got 2 springs both 15+ pounders within 2 hours. Can't say for sure it was the herring but they didn't seem to mind it that day... perhaps their appetite is for larger bait at the moment? No harm in trying if there is no action at the moment... good luck out there..
     
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  20. BCRingo

    BCRingo Crew Member

    Are cohos showing up in numbers around the Point Grey area? They should already be stacked near the mile markers by mid September if It’s good coho year.
     

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