Trolled 20-35 feet south to the bubbler
1-1 coho on dodger fly
1-1 coho on 2 color core with orange stinger
water 45-47 degrees
I believe it's like 10 dollars to launch a boat there. If I am wrong please correct me. It does officially have any one there till later in the season. So I believe e there is a box where you are suppose to place payment. Hope that helps!
Saturday was cold and really windy, few guys made it out.
I went 1 for 3
Cleo and a blue deep diver took the hits, ran the tube/wax setups all day with no takers.
This morning in the harbor was full of people. Everyone seemed to do alright. Saw guys by the bubbler deals catch fish. Guys under bridge caught fish. Small boat anchored off took one I saw.
I went 4 for about ten plus a bonus 30+-" northern. Fished with friends and they all took hits.
Cleo's and deep divers. Blue and silver seemed the most productive.
Biggest fish was a spawning hen that wasn't hooked bad at all or fought till exhaustion so we let her swim.
Quite a few guys fishing this weekend, even in the snow on Saturday.
Fished by the bridge both days to stay out of the wind.
Saturday I went 0/1 on the blue/silver Cleo.
My old man decided to play the tube jig and wax worm game, ended up schooling me with a really nice steelhead. Both fished from 6-1
Sunday, same game plan, by bride about 6am. Second cast with a deep diver. Slam and instant line peeling action then the famous snap of the floro leader. Watched the fish roll on the surface trying to shake the big crank out of his face. Big silver 10+ pound brown.
Then 10 minutes later I ended up with a 5 pound steelhead on the tube/wax setup. My father ended up with a steelhead and a brown on the same setup. Both about 5 pounds also.
Lost more than we caught.
Also saw plenty of fish caught Sunday.
Ran shiners on bottom and tried spawn. Not a touch.
Fish 6 am to 6pm..
Made it down to the harbor last night from 530 to 7. Saw one other guy fishing across from the yacht club. hooked into a fish right at dark using a gold kastmaster. Got it in about 5 feet from the rocks, fish jumped and shook the hook, didn't get a great look at it but pretty sure it was a nice brown. hopefully we get some more warm days in the coming weeks!