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We had a few days of nastier weather but it looks like the good weather has arrived staring tomorrow. The first couple days of the low seemed to chase the fish and bait away from the normal spots but the salmon are coming back. Fishing has continued to really surprise us in a good way and really not much has changed in the past 6 weeks except the spots where we are catching the salmon.

The salmon are still only minutes from the harbour mouth. If you can get out very soon give us a shout as we had some cancellations in June with the travel restrictions. For the clients that made it out it has been very good.

The Chinook are ranging from 7-15 lbs which is a very good size for this time of year. We haven't been getting many in the 20lb range but we will probably see a few here soon. The Chinook are biting around tide changes and then we have been going to get our ling cod. 3” silver horde spoons and needlefish hutchies are doing the trick in both green and blue and gold.

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(3 guest total on board)

We are getting halibut in good numbers about 10 miles out which isn’t far to run. Yesterday was a good halibut day despite the weather. Its clear skies forcasted for the next week at least so we should get some good early morning bites for salmon and halibut fishing later in the day.

If you are wanting to come on a fishing charter in Ucluelet with us in July and August expect accommodation to be in short supply like these past few summers. There have been a few cancellations from International guests but those openings are getting booked quickly.

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You can check out Ucluelet-Info.com or get one of our fishing packages available at Fishing Vacation Packages Vancouver Island Canada - Salmon Eye Charters. We have very little ocean view accommodation but still have some cabins available.
For more info on Vancouver Island also check out https://www.discovervancouverisland.com/.
Below, some pictures of the last few days.

Tight lines,
Sam Vandervalk
Salmon Eye Fishing Charters
www.salmoneye.net
 
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