Kyuquot Fishing Report - Vancouver Island

Epic fishing for Chinook and Halibut. Great catches and nice average size of both species

Salmon/Halibut/Ling Cod Weekly Report:

July 5 2015


Kyuquot Halibut over 200 pounds   Kyuquot, Vnacouver Island Monster Halibut - Note distance between eyes


Kyuquot Fishing Report Photo July 1 2015   Kyuquot Fishing Report Photo July 1 2015 - Josh Gillette

Another two amazing trips just passed with an average of 110 pounds of fish per guests being packed out in coolers covered in ice. Check out This Weeks Online Trip Galleries to view how each trip did overall.

Happy Kyuquot Angler, Eric Hamel   Chinook fishing is excellent everywhere around here right now, now need to go far as they are stacked up right against the shoreline and out to the reef.  Some really nice halibut coming in as well with some 50 pounders right on the halibut tacs! Keep in mind the limits do require one fish to be under 90 cm and the other under 133cm.

The photos above are of a Mega Halibut that was release and was well over 200 pounds. An epic battle with a very willing angler, happy to have had the opportunity to see such a monster fish.

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