Port Renfrew Reports 2015

Discussion in '2015 Saltwater Fishing Reports' started by The Jackel, Jan 10, 2015.

  1. merrittboy1

    merrittboy1 Member

    Slow, slow, slow. Hope it changes soon!
  2. 23Hourston

    23Hourston Active Member

    Heading up this weekend where were ya
  3. mhbradley

    mhbradley Well-Known Member

    Hourston, head out to the bank if you can.

    We had limits of springs both days in both our boats, no guide, just die-hard sporties.

    No specific coordinates needed, just drive toward the J buoy and stop where the big aluminum boats are....the fish are hungry and most thing worked, though some better than others.

    Springs to 28lb and Hali to 55. Both out at the bank.

    CIVANO Well-Known Member

    do you mind telling us how deep you were on the rigger? I was along the beach last week and it was painful. 4 springs in 6 days.
  5. mhbradley

    mhbradley Well-Known Member

    Down between 150 feet and bottom, but we were out at the bank.

    We drove by the inside spots on the way in each day and they all seemed relatively slow.

    CIVANO Well-Known Member

    Thanks, I was wondering about the depth at the bank. I am going back in a couple of weeks and may have to go out there to find fish. Few or no charters at the beach. Tells you what you need to know. They were rarely even stopping on their way out to give it a quick try.
  7. mhbradley

    mhbradley Well-Known Member

    If you don't see anyone in the biz at the location you are fishing, you are either very very good, or doing it wrong.

    My 2 cents.
  8. 23Hourston

    23Hourston Active Member

    He was saying at the bank
  9. Falcon

    Falcon Active Member

    I've never fished the "Bank" out there, but may have to next week if it's producing. Just have to find out how to get there LOL...
  10. Falcon

    Falcon Active Member

    Any new reports? Heading up tomorrow, can't wait!!
  11. Fins -n- Skins

    Fins -n- Skins Well-Known Member

    Beach is slow and bank is good.. Things change daily so lets hope the Beach picks up..
  12. Luckyg

    Luckyg Member

    Thinking of heading out tomorrow. Any reports on how the wind was?

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  13. 23Hourston

    23Hourston Active Member

    Wind not bad. Not nice tides
  14. Falcon

    Falcon Active Member

    Out all evening at Camper, nothing :(
  15. 23Hourston

    23Hourston Active Member

    East point dead zone.Small cohos a touch out.
    Hurricane winds after 1 pm. Full moon tides lesson learned
  16. Falcon

    Falcon Active Member

    We worked hard today from Carmanah to Camper and put in a full shift, managed some nice Springs in the mid teens and a nice clipped Coho.
  17. Last Chance

    Last Chance Admin Staff Member

    Better tides coming up. Will post a report.
  18. Falcon

    Falcon Active Member

    Wow what a beautiful day today! Fishing was slow but steady with a few good mid-teens Springs again today.
  19. Hoochiebob

    Hoochiebob Well-Known Member

    Fished Camper wed. and thursday. Limits both days on cookie cutters, with a beauty white around 26 lbs. Thursday was a tough grind in the morning, with lots of soft strikes. ran out of bait so headed back in to reload and catch the afternoon flood. Soaked the lines for three minutes and nailed two 20lbers in a double header. Forty minutes later we doubled up again. Definitely an epic afternoon. Saw decent amounts of fish caught both days.
    The floods were the most productive times by far
  20. WaterRats

    WaterRats Member

    Never been out this way and would love to get in on the action. Looking to gleam some local experience for safety. I have a smaller 16' fibreglass powerboat. I'll be watching the weather like a hawk but is it safe to fish between Carmanah and Camper in my boat? Or is this not advised? Please pm me if you have any pointers or suggestions. Thanks for the reports.

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