Victoria Reports 2015

Discussion in '2015 Saltwater Fishing Reports' started by porcupine, Jan 2, 2015.

  1. steveotway62

    steveotway62 Member

    I have 20 ft bay liner I never had any problems even at the lowest Tide
     
  2. saltydawg

    saltydawg Well-Known Member

    Three of 6 today. Fish were smaller 5-6# and stomachs were empty.
    Smoker is full so I,m done for awhile.
     
  3. Slack-tider

    Slack-tider Member

    Stomack of this fish was full of large herring. Not sure why it was trying to feed again? They may be targeting needle fish but big herrings are also on the menu.
     

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  4. cby

    cby Active Member

    Was out Sunday, wow what an epic January day. Glass calm, warm and fishing was hot. Between Trial Island and Brotchie we went 9 / 13, biggest being 11lbs and 9lbs. We lost two to seals, long line release two. We kept 6 mostly all hatchery fish and released 3. Fishing right down on bottom, both chovies and spoons were working. Great Day
     
  5. scott craven

    scott craven Well-Known Member

    Did anyone have the good fortune to be out fishing today?
    What incredible weather.
    Not me, counted inventory at work.:(
     
  6. Englishman

    Englishman Well-Known Member

    Scott,
    Out from Sooke to Whirl. Not much to report (on Sooke thread), but you are right, the weather was absolutely fantastic for January!!
    Maybe you can get out tomorrow??:cool:
     
  7. scott craven

    scott craven Well-Known Member

    I'll be there Roland
     
  8. Pitre

    Pitre Member

    Amazing day....Brochie Ledge sealed once,one small which went back one scrappy 10 # er wild let it go as well all on a splattered green and yellow glow spoon 181 on the rigger 2.3 knots from abot 10 o'clock to 2pm
     
  9. Kildonan

    Kildonan Well-Known Member

    I was out, clover point. Three hits, one beauty pin popper, handed the rod to a newbie and he grabbed the handles on a longstone when the fish was running hard and broke it off. Hahaha. Too bad.

    All hits on a white glow hootchie. Sandlance and coho killer provided no hits in 4.5 hours today.
     
  10. Willyjim

    Willyjim Member

    8-12 AM on the waterfront today. No keepers, just 3 little ones. Sure we're lots of crabs over by Esquimalt Lagoon though. All males too.
     
  11. scott craven

    scott craven Well-Known Member

    No love for us, only a couple shakers .
    crab traps were packed though !:)
     
  12. lpaulcarter

    lpaulcarter Member

    Like I said on the Sidney thread: the best part of fishing this time of year is knowing that even if you don't come home with a keeper salmon, there's always the crab and/or prawn feast to look forward to...
     
  13. Humpbubble

    Humpbubble Active Member

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    Friday eve was amazing
    Saturday proved well for us
     
  14. Englishman

    Englishman Well-Known Member

    HB, that is a magnificent sunset photo. Fantastic!

    Looks like you are catching on the Andrew P. spoon. I have tried several times with those including Friday, but not get caught anything on them yet. Probably going the wrong speed or something. Anyway, you must be doing something right because you caught fish on Saturday and R.S.Craven (and others) did not. RS is one hell of an angler so you are doing incredibly well to post such catches on the same day!
     
  15. Cuba Libre

    Cuba Libre Well-Known Member

    Heres a suggestion for you-=-Ask the guys from Renfrew how the crabs made out after the commercials got wind of it---- just saying....
     
  16. Bent-Tip

    Bent-Tip Active Member

    Key word being were........
     
  17. Andrew P

    Andrew P Well-Known Member

    Went around the corner to Oak Bay to meet some friends for a picnic at willows beach on Saturday. We gave the flats a quick pass without a bite and as we were about to turn we saw massive bait balls offshore. Went and scooped a couple dozen nice 8-10" herring for halibut bait....and for the BBQ! The people we met up with insisted we ate some and they were great. Cooked whole and filleted, which was the better way. Trolled on the way home with one rod down from clover to esquimalt anglers and got a nice 8lb in front of the flagpole. 150' on a Sandlance behind a Peetz 7" flasher. Out Sunday morning for Hali....lost a slab and released a bunch of dogs. [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]
     
  18. Humpbubble

    Humpbubble Active Member

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    Great hali opener.had our three by noon,and a spring at brodie just for good measure.awesome three days on the water
     
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  19. Franko Manini

    Franko Manini Well-Known Member

    What is used to scoops herring up? A small net or a rake or????


    Franko

    MILF (Man, I Love Fishing)
     
  20. Andrew P

    Andrew P Well-Known Member

    I have a small dip net on the end of an 8' pole. Works great.
     

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