OFFICIAL 2015 Vancouver-Howe Sound-Sechelt Reports Thread

Discussion in '2015 Saltwater Fishing Reports' started by fishin_magician, Jan 1, 2015.

  1. adanac

    adanac Well-Known Member

    Will be out for the morning flood at the cap, then gonna go in search of some coho / chun off the Fraser somewhere. Any recommendations on targeting chum off the Fraser? Sure has been a banner season off the South Arm, fuel bill in the 33' Grady has been quite a bit more noticeable than the 21' striper though.....
     
  2. el.Pereh

    el.Pereh Active Member

    Slow at sandheads today. Marked fish but only saw one caught. Was off the water at two.
     
  3. happy hooker

    happy hooker Well-Known Member

    Water was beautiful at Sandheads. Fish not cooperating tho. Slow


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  4. Eastmon

    Eastmon Active Member

    Is this about the time fishing slows down, or is there late runs here into October. The last week has been so slow.
     
  5. dmurph

    dmurph Well-Known Member

    Usually slowing down by now. This season has been the best I have experienced. Cap should still produce some whites.
     
  6. dmurph

    dmurph Well-Known Member

    Chum from last week.
     

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  7. fishin solo

    fishin solo Well-Known Member

    hey dmurph are you retired ? your always out fishing :p
     
  8. dmurph

    dmurph Well-Known Member

    Four 10's so three days off every week. The whole world should do that. Wife loves fishing as much or more than me. Life is good
     
  9. Hookin'up

    Hookin'up Well-Known Member

    lol Daves got the summer fishermans dream job but once the snow starts blowing you wont see much of him,
     
  10. sir-vivor

    sir-vivor Well-Known Member

    yup last week was a good one .....

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    Hope to do it all over tomorrow morning
     
  11. Pippen

    Pippen Well-Known Member

    And man.....can she filet a fish!!! My gal loves fishing to the same extent!


    So we got held up getting out of RVYC......as a 'gatekeeper' (pic below as we snuck behind) was 25' off the entrance to the club dropping massive clouds of crap. Finally....as it moved past the entrance we knew it was time to hit the Cap.

    Got over....quiet and then at the slack we hit one of the hardest fighting mid-teens I think I have seen. We had to chase it and thought we were 'sealed'.....but just a very scrappy fish. Got all set again and.....that fog rolled in fast, it was at Atkinson and then in about 6 minutes had us at Ambleside. The fog was thick, thick, thick and coming in quick so we bugged out. It was too bad....the chovies were rolling beautifully....water was flat calm as the slack hit.....sun was out.....fish hit and we knew it was "bite time". The fog completely enveloped the city....couldn't see downtown at all from RVYC.

    Out off the breakwater....82' in the mud.....greenish/bluish/glow teaser head (it IS the money teaser) with a green blade MoonJelly flasher.

    Oh well.....we'll get em' Monday or Tuesday. BTW....fish was still nice and chromed....they are not done showing up!!!


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  12. Delray

    Delray Member

    Sandheads today. 8am til noon. Not a sniff for us today running anchovies both sides, depths 41 to 90 ft. Much different than last weekend. Saw the sur-vivorII out there, and a nice Robolo?? With a bunch of guys on it. Nice boat. Headed back to Porlier two shakers and a missed hit. Saw some whales in the middle of the strait. Nice day on the water tho.
     
  13. sir-vivor

    sir-vivor Well-Known Member

    Ya slow out there this morning but great water conditions for blowing 20 with strong wind forcased on the national weather station, we only netted 2 nice Hoes (hatch).
     
  14. rollwithit

    rollwithit New Member

    Hey dmurph, those glow down rigger balls like the one in your photo, do they work better? Nice picture btw!
     
  15. adanac

    adanac Well-Known Member

    Fished the flood that the cap this am , first light - 1030 for one lost chin down in the mud on herring . saw 4 - 5 boats net fish , slowish. Ran to sandheads for two hours. No real action , three 2 - 4 lb coho on the whiskey line with a cop car in the prop wash and one nice chum , one shaker on the herring at 57' in 2 hrs fishing . Saw one Hewescraft boat a nice solo chin but that was it. Foggy but beautiful cruise back to Port Moody at 35mph the whole way, piss on a plate calm. Might have one more cap trip in us but regardless , what a season we had locally , feeling very spoiled these last few months!
     
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  16. Teja

    Teja Well-Known Member

    Two quick fish on a solo fish at the Cap this a.m. ... the usual anchovies on bottom. Special thanks to team Soloway who pointed out the second fish as it was pounding away on the rod while I was half asleep on the other side of the boat clearing my second rod (which had also been popped off) ... sometimes it pays to fish in a crowd!
     
  17. Sangstercraft

    Sangstercraft Well-Known Member

    Nice! What size were they?



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  18. Teja

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  19. dmurph

    dmurph Well-Known Member

    No luck for us today. Hit the cap from 8 until 12, running two chovies on the bottom. White glo and green glo heads armed with guide series green flashers. Did see some boats hooked up all at once during a little flurry mid flood.
     
  20. Red Monster

    Red Monster Well-Known Member

    Fished the Cap and my son reeled in his first chum, a ten-pounder. Seemed slow by the time I got there at 10.
     

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