August has given us a change in recent weather patterns. Southerly winds have dominated the last few days causing the fish to spread throughout the grounds.
The Chinook remain closer to shore and the Coho are feeding further offshore at a range of depths from surface level to 100feet deep. We’re starting to see some larger Coho too which is a good sign for the remainder of the month.
With the North West winds forecast to return sometime this week hopes are high for another Chinook frenzy!
This tour our guide Mike led our guest Steven to a 42 pound Spring in the waters near bird rock. He wins the award for largest Chinook caught for this tour! Nice work!