Originally Posted by CabinFever
Crossed the bar at five this morning. Dumped the crab pots and ran north to about 160 feet of water off of twin rocks. Started trolling out and fished everywhere we normally do for coho. Nada. We did end up picking up a hatchery chinook of about 18 pounds about an hour in to the day. but that was the only bite we had. Fished for only a few hours with not many other boats around. Noticed the water was 46-48 degrees most of the day. Ran out searching for warmer water but couldn’t find anything higher than 51 degrees around the 260 FOW. Found a good rip in the 51 degree water and fished it for the last hour of the day. It looked perfect, can’t believe nothing was there. Enjoyed the chinook and twenty keeper crab, but was bummed not to find any coho. Did anyone find any coho out of garibaldi today?
Great report, thanks! Mind telling us the depth of your dear when you hooked into the chinook?
I'm hoping to be out late next week and/or weekend.