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Well after a really solid sockeye fishery over the last few weeks, everyone is gearing up the for the local trophy chinook season. The first push of Fraser fish are here and should just get better and better in coming weeks! The Bell Buoy, QA, and the T-10 have been kicking out springs in the 16-30 pound range over the last week. We have had our success on anchovy between 50 and 100 feet. There have also been a few fish(coho and chinook) off the Cap on the flood tide over the last few days. The local fishery should be consistent until the heavy rains hit in mid to late October. The Cap mouth will be the place to be in the latter part of September and into October as the Fraser bound chinook will move into the river. Herring, anchovy, and glow hoochies between 40-120 feet work well on these migratory chinook. Call us for fishing or charter info!
Good luck, Jason/Jeff
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