Northwest winds have proven a challenge when fishing the afternoon tide. Still, anglers are finding fish within St.Johns Harbour at depths of 60-80 feet. Massive bait balls of herring and needlefish are pushed within the bay and attracting Chinook and Coho.
Here, fishing guide Dave Drever, “DD” hoists a nice 25 pound Chinook over the side from within Louisa cove.
The forecast continues to feature clear skies, sunshine and these afternoon NW winds. Anglers are enjoying productive fishing at Cheney Point, Cape Mark and other regular hot spots during early morning and early afternoon tides.
Herring and Anchovy baits and other lures all seem to be working well. Our guides are constantly trying and testing new lures along with many of their own long standing favourites. You never know what the next hot producing lure may be. Should you have a favourite – bring it along!