Late July at Milbanke Sound

Hello all

We are well into the last part of July and having a wonderful time. Milbanke Sound continues to be such an incredible location for fun, friends and fish!

The seas and weather have been very favourable since the beginning of the season. The past couple of weeks have provided clear skies, calm mornings and some windy afternoons as winds pick up from the North West. Regardless, we always seem to have a place to fish and plenty of boats have been enjoying afternoons at places like Thompson Bay. This location allows easy fishing for those blustery afternoons.

Many of the guides have been venturing out to exciting ares such as McGinnes Island and Ivory Island. These have been the hot spots for salmon in recent days. While Cheney Point and Cape Swain continue to be our favourites, the fish seem to be a little more scattered right now.  Generally, fishing has been good. Chinooks are running in the 12-20lb range with several in the mid to high 20’s this past trip. Bottom fish continue to be abundant. Ling and Halibut have been regular catches. Cheney produced some nice Coho in past days as well. We are starting to see some larger ones in the 13-15lb size range.

We’re looking forward to moving into the August fishing. This is an exciting time of year when migrating Chinook and Coho continue to fatten up as they travel south.

Our crew has been doing exceptionally well and we have been very pleased with the positive comments from our guests. The food has been incredible, great guides, service staff and deck hands. We are all very pleased to be up and running.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dates for 2024 are already a common question. Should you be thinking of a trip for next year we would love to discuss.

Take Care,

George

July 2, 2022

We are having a wonderful time at King Pacific Lodge! The weather, fishing, and sea conditions have been absolutely fantastic.

Hot Spots for the week include Cape Swain, Cheney Point, Ivory Island.  There have been several trips to McGinnes Island.  Popular lures have been the Gibbs, Skinny G spoon, flasher / anchovy, and flasher / green Hoochie.

Salmon have been in the 12-20lb range with several in the high 20’s. Halibut have been in good numbers with several in the 50 – 60 pound range.

From all report, our crew is doing a fantastic job. It feels so great to be back at Milbanke Sound.

We are looking forward to seeing all of our booked guests! We are a little behind on getting pre-trip and flight information out. Please bear with us and we’ll make sure you are on the flight!