Just returned from Telegraph Cove on Sunday. The Halibut fishing wasn't great, but we had limited time on the water. The weather prevented fishing some days, and we also had mechanical problems. I caught a couple Halibut. My son caught his first Halibut on his thirteenth birthday on Weds. They were all twenty to twenty five pounds. Two were caught at the backside of Malcolm, and one was caught at the southeast end of Hanson Island. All were caught with different offerings from spreader bars. Herring, Salmon\Squid combo, and a 8 inch Army Truck hoochie enticed the flaties. We really didn't try much Salmon fishing, but a few teeners and a twenty five pound Spring were landed by a couple of people I talked to. The campground, cabins and marina are relatively empty. It's a bit of a road trip, but a great place to stay and fish. The nice thing is you don't have to go 20 miles offshore for the Halibut. Just thought I'd report on the fishing, in case anyone was thinking of going halibut fishing on the island.