Fishing Report: Ucluelet, B.C. Aug 14, 2018
Capt. Sam Vandervalk
August 14, 2018
Ucluelet - Saltwater Fishing Report
Millions of salmon continue to chomp their way through our offshore waters this week. The North nipple on big bank is producing enormous volumes of Coho with Chinooks into the mid-teens mixed in. For those of you that like to Target fish swinging a fly or bucktailing behind the boat, this week has been epic! It's being a daily occurrence seeing dozens of Chinook and Coho fining on the surface around the boat at one time.
For quality sized chinooks, the grounds between the outside light, the southwest corner, and the wreck have been the most consistent. Limits of chinooks 15lbs and up were taken again this morning between the outside light and the corner.
Halibut fishing on the Outer Banks has remained consistent. Continuing the trend since mid July, the majority of the halibut continue to come on the anchor. The flatts between the shallows and The Whale's Tale just continues to produce fish. Try a belly tipped white grub as a third rod to offer the halibut a little variety while on the pick.
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