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Aug.11/10 Port Renfrew Marina Report

Michele Gammie 33 pounder

Michele Gammie 33 pounder

Port Renfrew Marina has seen some fantastic salmon fishing since the last report. We have not had a sockeye opening since 2006 but this is turning into a banner year. Limit catches are being taken at first light for a couple of hours then it slows down a bit later in the day.  Stack as much gear as close together as you dare. Pink or red hoochies, bare black hooks or spoons on a short leader and if using a flasher make it red. Best depth is 40 to 60 feet in 450 to 600 feet of water.

Chinook pressure has declined with most people chasing sockeye. Logan, Walbran and Camper are all giving up nice fish with many over 30 pounds.

Swiftsure Bank continues to be on fire for springs, coho and halibut. Listen on VHF channel 06 for the chatter of where the fish are biting. 6 inch spoons and plugs are the choice of most fishermen. Crabbing has started to slow down but if you are persistent a few good ones will come your way.

Notable Catches:

Neil Hanson & Bob Biggs & group with a 36 pounder and friends

Neil Hanson & Bob Biggs & group with a 36 pounder and friends

  • Hugh Hamer           36
  • Travis Gregson      36     40
  • Gerry & Michelle Gammie    33 34
  • George Colgrave        37
  • Lucas Quigley              33
  • Ron McGovern          42
  • Is. Oufitters        127    72 hali & others
  • Matt Regier & Joe Serpa     34, 26, 27, 22
  • Murray Havens    hali  59  49  82
  • Ross MacKenzie            44
  • Miller Sport Fishing     days catch
  • Charlie Kew                     36
  • Tony Tuba                     32.5
  • Terry Tobacco & Lance Foreman     34, 27. 26, 25
  • John Murray           42

Important Dates:

  • Sept 4th  & 5th Port Renfrew Marina Labour Day Derby
  • All proceeds go to the local San Juan hatchery
  • Oct. 2nd & 3rd. Port Renfrew Marina Coho Derby
  • winner takes all
  • Oct. 11th. Port Renfrew Marina closes.

Important Notice: If you have a boat in storage or a unit you are not planning on storing at the marina then it is of upmost importance you come  and remove it on or before the marina closes. This is the owner’s responsibility to be aware of this date and if it is left, winter storage fees will apply.

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