Victoria Spring, and Halibut Summer 2010

Discussion in 'Saltwater Fishing Forum' started by porcupine, Mar 21, 2010.

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  1. porcupine

    porcupine Active Member

    This thread is open for 2010 Spring/Summer fishing reports covering the waters from Cadboro Point to Albert Head.
  2. bananas

    bananas Active Member

    haly fished this morning a little cold and windy but the fishing was fantastic off the water by 11 and had 8 to the boat,nothing big 25-40lbs. Off boarder bank.
  3. dawn2dusk

    dawn2dusk Member

    Wow! Well done.

    I guess I should have not slept in yesterday morning. Snooze you loose.
  4. bananas

    bananas Active Member

    Another wicked awsome day flat water for once,almost had trouble standing without 3 or 4 fters tossing the boat.We had our first rod in the water by 730 and were limited with 5 fish up to 50lbs by 930.
    250ft of water off border bank on octi,herring and salmon bellies.
  5. nedarb2

    nedarb2 Active Member

    where is border bank?
  6. likwit

    likwit Member

    aren't these reports usually about salmon fishing?

    there is a hali thread somewhere i thought...

    (bad day at work)
  7. bananas

    bananas Active Member

    Holy Crap there is some grumpy f@##$ on this site lately did not see anywhere where it said salmon only did you.
  8. nedarb2

    nedarb2 Active Member

    This thread is open for 2010 Spring/Summer fishing reports.. spring is a salmon bananas ;) hahaha
  9. Captain Dudds

    Captain Dudds Active Member

    Post away bananas, I haven't made it out in quite some time because of school, but I enjoy hearing about how good it is, especially since classes are done April 9th.
  10. Tailspin

    Tailspin Active Member

    Too Funny[?] Weather looks good for tomorrow too! It's swakin time, whooooooo Hooooooooooooo!
  11. kelly

    kelly Well-Known Member

    Hey bannanas just curious where you buy octo? Whenever i get them in prawn traps i always think maybe i should keep em for hali.
  12. wolf

    wolf Well-Known Member

    Nothing out there!!!!! stay home not a good time to be on the water no fish etc.
    Hows that Trev maybe we will be left alone now. LOL LOL

    Sorry if thats not a good enough report the only way the fishing is good is if you go out a "JUST DO IT" like tiger does.

  13. bananas

    bananas Active Member

    all the tackle stores on the south island sell it i find the trick is to find the big tenticles.
  14. Westcap19

    Westcap19 Member

    Two today east side Constance this morning, 40 and 23. Real nice day. Anyone tried squid tentacles? I kept a Humboldt from last year but haven't tried it yet.

    HALILLAMA Active Member

    Looks good on ya Trev, keep up the good work. 50lb is a real nice fish, caught on the right stuff too.[:p] I sold the boat last weekend so it will be a while before I'm underway and gettin in the way(LOL....Roy):D Keep on posting PLEASE because it really helps to read them after a long day. Being a wannabe fisher while at our job. I know I'm not the only one, lurking/part time poster but regulary check. I don't care if your a little off topic its just nice to know someone's enjoying it:D Rock on Hali >>)))):mad:$$
  16. likwit

    likwit Member

    if you look at the last few years of these reports they are all salmon focused. you can go back and check for yourselves.

    i personally thought it made good sense to have the two seperate reports for each targeted species.

    i even made a joke about saying i was being a bit picky (e.g. bad day at work), but some of you still felt the need to criticize me for doing so.

  17. scott craven

    scott craven Well-Known Member


    You are correct, we did have separate reports for salmon & halibut last year.
    So the question is, do we need to separate them and have a thread for each ?
  18. Last Chance

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  19. dawn2dusk

    dawn2dusk Member

    As long as it is local and accurate I dont care if you post your reports for salmon and hali. Participation is the key. Cut the red tape and lets get fishin and postin.

    I might have to play hookie tomorrow am. Wind is looking good. Not so good for the rest of the weekend.
  20. Charlie

    Charlie Active Member

    Ah... common Kelly, are you sure “Victoria” should even be included in a “Saltwater Fishing Forum“? I hear there might be a question as to amount of “salt” verses “other” content of those waters? Including Victoria – could bring you a lot of “crap”! :D

    Yes... this is a joke! :D
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