Tofino BC Saltwater Fishing Report
By Jeff Hale, Fishing Tofino | Last updated: August 13th, 2014
Fishing has been very good over the past two weeks with chinook salmon in the mid to high twenties (pounds) and the odd tyee (30 pounds+) in the mix. Coho salmon are in good numbers and are in the 8 to 10lb average. Halibut have been fairly steady in the usual spots offshore, around two miles out off the lighthouse. Portland Pt. and the Hyson have been the main salmon producers now that the Corridor is in effect there is a zero retention of chinook salmon from the surf line to a mile offshore. Anchovies and medium herring in uv teaser heads with purple gold or red chrome flashers have been very productive for salmon and halibut trolled up off the bottom. The chinook salmon have been at the mid water 80-120 feet and the coho have been anywhere from 47 - 100 feet.
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Fishing Tofino with Braedy Mack Charters