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The weather has been cool the winds have been high and I actually had to shovel snow off the boat this week before our Halibut trip on Friday. This combination has made for tricky conditions to get on the water let alone setup for the tide changes for the best results.
It has been hit and miss the first few weeks of the season and it looks like most of the bigger female Halibut are still on the spawning grounds (very deep) and have not moved up. They were a little late last year as well but this years colder winter has seemed to move them back a few more weeks. So expect things getting hotter and hotter in the weather and the Halibut fishing. Salmon remains Good but Halibut are taking a front row seat at this time.
Because the smaller fish are here now be sure to "Downsize" your presentation, smaller hooks, and use herring and octopus rather than salmon heads as the smaller fish cant get their mouths around them. Of course there are dogfish to contend with but they have not been as bad as they were in the past and it is usually a number less than 10 per day not the 30 or 40 like it can be.
Fish seem to be in the 200 to 265 foot depths right now as well. Good luck.
In the picture here is Tristan from Shawnigan lake with a 20lb Halibut he caught on Friday using Octopus.
Under my availability calendar found at the bottom of the page at the previous link, I have the good halibut tides marked for the rest of the year. The summer is already booking up quite well and is way ahead of last year at this time so it looks like it will be a very busy one so be sure to book your Salmon or Halibut and or combo trip as soon as possible to get your preferred times.
I look forward to seeing you all on the water soon.
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