Campbell River Reports 2014

Discussion in '2014 Saltwater Fishing Reports' started by RiverBoy, May 17, 2014.

  1. Crabby

    Crabby Member

  2. Tide Up

    Tide Up Member

    Thanx for posting Crabby
     
  3. capt. crunch

    capt. crunch Member

    There's a crap load of wood in the water today.
     
  4. capt. crunch

    capt. crunch Member

    IMG-20141211-00958.jpg Well the storms finally mellowed out for a couple days and after paddling for 15 minutes to get out of the marina, I managed to avoid the floatilla of wood out there and catch some bugs and a shaker on thursday. Have to put the traps away in a couple weeks and really concentrate on the winters.
     
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  5. capt. crunch

    capt. crunch Member

    The picture really does it no justice. It was solid wood.
     
  6. salmonkiller01

    salmonkiller01 Well-Known Member

    Was that at discovery harbour?
     
  7. capt. crunch

    capt. crunch Member

    Ya it was full of wood after the storms. I paddled all the way out to avoid damage to the hull or prop.
     
  8. Gong Show

    Gong Show Active Member

    Lots of wood in the water just out from the lighthouse yesterday. Big stuff mixed in with small stuff.
    Even with aluminum, I was going dead slow.
    Better in the ebb tide when returning.
     
  9. capt. crunch

    capt. crunch Member

    Doesn't anybody fish here in the winter? It's my first winter here with my boat, would be great to hear a report.
     
  10. Tide Up

    Tide Up Member

    been trying to get out the last 2 days too windy,I did see a couple of boats out today by Pacific Playgrounds

    you should see some boats our if the weather is good,fishing can be good
     
  11. capt. crunch

    capt. crunch Member

    I hear ya about the wind. Got out yesterday, so rough my puller struggled getting my two traps up. Time to put the traps away and find some salmon. Any ideas where to look?
     
  12. Prawn Star

    Prawn Star Active Member

    Try the 200ft trough from Rona south. Bare ass cut plug is the best. Depths vary.
     
  13. capt. crunch

    capt. crunch Member

    Thanks for the tip. Had one to the boat in half an hour today. Thats as far as I got it, lost it beside the boat. 195 ft of cable in 185 ft of water on a UV Glow Nogs needle with a dummy flasher. Had another hard unclipping but no one was there. Nice way to break in the rod and reel I bought this morning.
     

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