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|🗺️ Location||SQUAMISH RIVER|
|⏰ Fast Updates||Every day|
|🐟 Species||All Species|
|🗓️ Next Update||Tomorrow|
You also can get helpful information from the Fishing Forecast.
Capt Matt and the boys are engaged with a school of bluefin. They currently have 7 on deck and few more hanging. The fish they have landed so far are 25-35 lbs. I’m sure the big boys are watching and waiting for their opportunity to bite someone’s light line. Come prepared with a 25 lb setup a 40 lb setup and a setup capable of landing a fish over 100 lbs. the variety of available fish sizes creates a bit of a pickle but trust me when I tell you. You want to use heavier than needed equipment rather than the opposite.
Sien On and his charter group got a quick shot in the bottom of the ninth. They landed 31 yellowfin 8 yellowtail 2 bonito. A small hook and 20lb fluorocarbon got most of the bites.
Captian Tucker McCombs checked in this morning with an update from the Endeavor out of Hook's Landing. The Seabass are still biting a little. We have some nice fish on the deck today.
Stay tuned for more ....
Go fly a kite. We did. Awesome weather and great signs of big tuna all around us. We hit them with everything we had -kites, sinker rigs, fly line sardines, mackerels, flying fish on 100 lb then 80 lb, then 60 lb, then 40 lb, then 30 lb nothing. Chunking - nothing. Anchored, then drifted, then trolled. We proved that fishing does not equal catching. If you listened close enough - you could hear the cow tuna laughing at us. We found solace in chef Schoolers platters of sashimi, wonton cups filled with marvelous ahi poke and bacon wrapped asparagus. We heard of a place where 30 lb Dorado and mid sized yellow fin play. We are going there now.
Your charter head Mr. Lon Mikkelsen
Timing is everything. And so far our timing for the most part has been a little off, whether it be wrong day or wrong time. This morning we caught some quality fish. Less of them then we were hoping but we caught a handful of 35-50 pound yellowfin mixed in with several handfuls of smaller ones and a couple of wahoo. It didn't take long for Tommy to figure out that this was the wrong day not time. So we took off from there in search of. We found a few more wahoo on our next spot but only landed one before we kept sliding down to new zones. We fished a couple other spots for just a couple more fish while setting ourselves up for some stellar bait making. We got that job done before dinner and as I write this we are anchored up in cow town. We're expecting a couple slowish days while we're down here but the fish we land should be trophies.
The weather down here remains good. Clear skies, little wind and it's hot and muggy. Well I'm going to go back to bed for another hour or so. Check back to see how many trophies we get today.
Good evening everyone. It's evening where I am right now anyway. It may not be when you read this. We left on a 6 day this morning. We stopped to get bait and yes, there is still a shortage of sardine. We got about 30 scoops of jumbo sardine mixed with all size mackerel. Then we took a couple scoops of beautiful looking anchovy. We skipped the sardine seminar and concentrated on an anchovy seminar. The lost art. 20# test, # 2 hook. Finess fishing. When you find out how good of a fisherman you really are. That's what the tuna are feeding on around here so they'll hit them fine if it's presented right.
We'll be hunting tuna tomorrow first thing and we'll take it from there. The weather now is stellar but they're forecasting some wind tomorrow afternoon. We hope they're wrong.
The Endeavor out of Ventura Harbor Sportfishing checked in with us after returning from an Overnight trip with 26 anglers.
4 Kelp Bass
9 White Seabass
27 California Sheephead
2 California Yellowtail
260 Ocean Whitefish
Fishing reports for squamish river are updated each week, usually by Thursday morning. The reports are compiled by an outside contractor who receives the information from bait shops, marinas and fishing guides.