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Sooke Fishing Report

Welcome to the Sooke Fishing Adventures website! On this page, we will post regular updates on what's happening with Sooke fishing, Vancouver Island fishing, and other news of interest to our fishing friends from around the world.

Wednesday, June 29, 2011

June 29 Sooke Fishing Report


Sooke's fishing this week has been good. The migratory springs/king/chinook salmon are passing through, with many salmon caught in the 20s and a few in the 30s. Most of the action has come from Possession Point and Secretary Island.

Gord from Foghorn Fishing Charters has found his way into a few nice spring salmon, with these happy guests from Australia showing off their catch. Good on ya!

With the recent fishing regulations updates, Sooke anglers can now keep one chinook salmon larger than 67cm, and then another between 45-67cm if it is a hatchery fish only (missing adipose fin).

So get out to Sooke and drop a line, the fish are there ... you can't catch them sitting at home.

Good luck out there.

Monday, June 6, 2011

June Sooke & Victoria Fishing Report

Fishing in Sooke and Victoria has been hot and cold in the last few weeks, but some pretty good reports came in this past weekend.

Luke from VIP Fishing Charters took out Todd and his 2 brothers from Alberta for 5 hours at the Trap Shack. They caught 5 Chinook salmon, losing 2 more, and with a bonus double header. They had a blast, non-stop action!

Towards Victoria, No Bananas Fishing Charters reports steady action at Constance Bank on the ebb tide .... one morning trip they had a dozen salmon up to the boat. The salmon are not huge, but nice "teenagers" 12 to 17 lbs. Any lure imitating needle fish is the call.

Foghorn Fishing Charters also reports decent halibut fishing and great salmon fishing, ranging 8-30 pounds. Though he reports a BIG problem with seals. The nice weather has been a bonus.

All in all, some good fishing to be had ... get out there and put a hook in the water!

Photos below: a couple of nice Foghorn halibut, four No Bananas salmon, and a salmon half eaten by a seal.






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