HomeBrag BoardOctober Brag Board October Brag Board By calstaff 5:53 am Brag Board 0 Comments Trent Brooks, Gibran White and Walter Mass pose with a nice haul of salmon. (NOOTKA MARINE ADVENTURE ) Catching this beautiful 78-pound halibut on July 20 was a family affair for these Rivers Inlet Sportsman’s Club guests. (RIVERS INLET) Rivers Inlet Sportsman’s Club fishing lodge owner’s son Kieran and his monster 30-pound lingcod, caught on July 25. (RIVERS INLET) Wayne Chung’s annual fishing trip to Vancouver Island yielded this pair of yelloweye rockfish, some of the best-eating white-meated fish in the ocean! Chung brings his own boat from California. (WESTVIEW MARINA AND LODGE) Trent Brooks, Gibran White and Walter Mass pose with a nice haul of salmon. (NOOTKA MARINE ADVENTURE ) Lingcod aren’t pretty, but they are pretty tasty! James Lyngen of Tri-Cities,Wash., and three buddies fished on one of Westview Marina’s charters and limited on lings, kings, silvers and halibut during their three-day fishing trip in Tahsis. (WESTVIEW MARINA AND LODGE) Rivers Inlet Sportsman’s Club owner Simon and his wife Stephanie with a trophy “tyee,” a Chinook of 30 pounds or more, caught August 5. (RIVERS INLET) Jacques and Suzanne Ouellet teamed up to land this very nice 45 ½-pound Chinook. (OLE’S HAKAI PASS) Bob Stanford with his 34-pound king caught at Ferrer Point, at the mouth of Esperanza Inlet, in the first week of July. The inlet sits on the “Salmon Highway,” along the west side of Vancouver Island, past which British Columbia-, Washington- and Oregonbound kings and coho pass. (WESTVIEW MARINA AND LODGE) Father and son Doug and Butch O’Donnell hoist 42- and 36-pound Chinook. (DUNCANBY LODGE) About Author calstaff Add a Comment Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment:*Name:* Email Address:* Website: Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.