Good news to all anglers out there, this years run of winter Chinooks are in good numbers and of nice size.
These fish are local to the Georgia strait and stick around the inside passage to feed instead of making the long migration north, mostly feeding heavily on the heavy abundance of herring that are concentrated in the deep tidal waters near Cape Mudge off Quadra Island.
Full bellies and full of fight these are a great sporty catch. Spoons and plugs are very effective when going after these winter chinooks.
With all this great weather we have been having its looking like one of the best winter chinook fishing season I can remember!