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Fishing Reports by Capt. Sam Vandervalk


2013-04-19
2:36 AM

Ucluelet Fishing Report April 19, 2013 - Fishing hasn't been on fire for Chinook salmon, but we have been picking up a few nice ones in the teens on most of the trips we have been doing. We have been using needle fish hutches and coyote spoons around Great Bear rocks. The spoons are produc more...
Capt. Sam Vandervalk - Ucluelet


2012-12-12
12:07 PM

Fishing Recap West Coast Vancouver Island - Early season Chinook fishing was productive as we expected. March and April were good. May slowed a little, but June picked up and by late June fishing was rolling along well. By late June Coho started to come in as normal. Most of July Coho fishing more...
Capt. Sam Vandervalk - Ucluelet


2012-06-11
11:54 AM

Fishing is picking up - Fishing is starting to pickup and we are seeing a few larger Chinook start to show up. There still are lots of small feeder Chinook at all depths. Our guide Simeon released one about 20 lbs while trolling for halibut this morning, but they had alread more...
Capt. Sam Vandervalk - Ucluelet


2011-11-02
4:58 PM

2011 Season Recap - Fishing Report Ucluelet BC Novemer 1, 2011 by Salmon Eye Fishing Charters The prime time to fish here is all summer - well not quite, but since we fish three areas there is usually somewhere to catch salmon and halibut. Most recommended times are: more...
Capt. Sam Vandervalk - Vancouver Island


2011-03-12
9:46 PM

Fishing Report and Fishing Derby Video - Most of the fishing right now is for Chinook salmon, however a few halibut are being caught when the weather is conducive to fishing on open ocean. The weather has been quite furious over the past few weeks with not too many people getting out. Our g more...
Capt. Sam Vandervalk - Ucluelet


2010-12-18
4:27 PM

Chinook(King) salmon report and videos (must watch) - 2010 Season Recap Salmon fishing was phenomenal during the whole summer in Ucluelet. Early in the season we were very surprised at how good the fishing was and how nice the size average was for Chinook salmon. During August we finally started doin more...
Capt. Sam Vandervalk - Ucluelet


2010-08-06
12:22 PM

Fishing West Coast of Vancouver Island (Ucluelet) - Salmon fishing continues to roll in some nice fish. We aren't seeing as many salmon over 30 lbs this year as I would have liked, but we are getting lots in the 15-25 lb range. These Chinook are mostly bright and are producing some great fights (clien more...
Capt. Sam Vandervalk - Ucluelet


2010-05-28
11:02 PM

King Salmon fishing is HOT off Vancouver Island! - Fishing Report Vancouver Island BC Why Salmon Fishing Vancouver Island is so hot in 2010! The salmon fishing on the west coast of Vancouver Island continues to impress us in 2010. We knew the fisheries' forecasts had us catching more salmon tha more...
Capt. Sam Vandervalk - Ucluelet


2009-10-21
7:01 PM

How was fishing this summer? Watch the video! - Since the salmon and halibut fishing season is over, we at Salmon Eye Charters are looking for other ways to get our fishing fix. In order to do this, we've been putting together some fishing videos of our clients this past summer. Take a look! W more...
Capt. Sam Vandervalk - Ucluelet


2009-09-16
12:48 PM

Ucluelet , BC salmon hopping, filling coolers! - 2009 fishing has been fantastic for Chinook salmon (kings) and Coho salmon (Silvers)! The Chinook have been large (up to 45 pounds) and the Coho have been so plentiful there are times when we can't troll for more than a minute or two without a bite. more...
Capt. Sam Vandervalk - Ucluelet

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