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Port McNeill Waterfront

 

 

 




Details for Port McNeill Waterfront

Species in Port McNeill Waterfront:

Chinook Salmon, Coho Salmon, Sockeye Salmon, Pink Salmon, Chum Salmon, Bull Head, Dog Fish, Dungenes Crab, English Sole, Flounder, Greenling, Ling Cod, Pacific Herring, Perch, Red Rock Crab, Rockfish, Sculpin, Shiner, Surf Smelt

Other Names
Proxy City Port McNeil
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Road Access Unknown
Hike (km) 0
Activities n/a
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GPS
F/W Region R-1
Water Type Saltwater
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Water Access Boat, Shore
Boat Launch Port McNeill Harbour
Facilities Unknown
Angler Usage Unknown
Special Notes: Late May usually marks the beginning of the Chinook migrations with peak sport fishing occurring in August, Coho appear in late June with angling starting in earnest in July. The best time to intercept large northerns is from early September through October. During odd years Pink salmon runs are strong and are best fished during late July through to mid-September. Sockeye are showing in small numbers by mid-June. Sport fishing picks up in July and August and then will start tapering off by early September. Look for Chum salmon to show during the month of August. Fishing for Chum will continue on through to October. April and May are Halibut months with some tipping the scales up to 250+ lbs. Rockfish are excellent throughout these waters as well as Lingcod when in season. (See BC Fish Species)
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Map of Port McNeill Waterfront

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Notes: 1. Always check the current BC Fishing regulations before you start fishing a new spot.