9-15-2018
Rogue Bay
Mark Barry from Las Vegas, Nevada was fishing with halibut aficionado Brian Gagnon last week when he caught this 50-pound Pacific halibut out of the Port of Brookings Harbor. Photo by Larry Ellis
9-7-2018
Rogue Bay
The Labor Day weekend kicked off to a great start with this 50-pound Pacific halibut caught in 230 feet of water off the Thomas Creek Bridge area. Photo by Larry Ellis
8-16-2018
Eureka Coast
Santa Maria residents Anthony Fuller, left, and his father David enjoyed a great day on Tuesday fishing for Pacific halibut out of Eureka. Pacific halibut season closed on Wednesday, Aug. 15 but will re-open on Sept. 1. The season will run through Oct. 31 or until the quota is reached, whichever is earlier. Photo courtesy of Matt Dallam/Northwind Charters.
35 lbs.
8-11-2018
Shellback
50 lbs.
8-11-2018
Reel Steel
We had limits of Halibut between 20 and 50 pounds today!
Photo Credit: Reel Steel Sportfishing
8-10-2018
Wind Song
The WindSong had limits of Canadian Pacific Halibut for our group today.
Photo Credit: WindSong Crew
72 lbs.
8-8-2018
Shellback
Photo Credit: Shellback Crew
42 lbs.
8-3-2018
Tacklebuster
We had a beautiful ocean today!
Photo Credit: Tacklebuster Crew
7-13-2018
Eureka Coast
Rod Rodriquez of Winters landed this 70-pound halibut on 5-inch swimbait while fishing near Cape Mendocino on Sunday. The big flattie rounded out full limits of shallow water halibut for Skipper Tony Sepulveda of Shellback Sport Fishing and his customers.
Photo Credit: Tony Sepulveda/Shellback Sport Fishing
6-23-2018
Port of Brookings Harbor
Rick Washabaugh from Brookings, Oregon was fishing aboard the High Hopes II out of the Port of Brookings Harbor when he put the screws to this 48-inch, 50-pound halibut, photo by Larry Ellis.
40 lbs.
6-7-2018
Tacklebuster
Limits of Pacific Halibut Today!
Photo Credit: Tacklebuster Crew
5-17-2018
Eureka Coast
Daniel McGuire of Eureka boated this nice Pacific halibut on Monday while fishing out of Shelter Cove with Sea Hawk Sportfishing. The large halibut weighed in at 62-pounds. Photo courtesy of Jake Mitchell/Sea Hawk Sportfishing.
5-7-2018
5-7-2018
44 lbs.
5-6-2018
Scrimshaw
51 lbs.
5-5-2018
Scrimshaw