Kyuquot Fishing Blog
Check out the Tyee Club video. A fantastic pursuit.
Fall and winter in the creeks as we look at natures results. One eloquent streamkeeper’s perspective
Boats spend a lot of time in the water, but when boats get onto a trailer the really interesting stuff happens
This blog comes straight from the heart of Ava B. She is a city kid that sheds her busy life every summer to make memories at Kyuquot.
The strike! Get it right. Too hard on a short line and you break the line or rip the lips off the fish!
Have you checked your anchor lately? Small boat operators very occasionally anchor, and sometimes this critical piece of equipment is overlooked as more of an emergency tool than a must-have attachment tool for overnighting in some calm bay.
Fishing the open ocean can be trying if “tossing your cookies” is the primary activity on your boat. Some people have absolutely no problem with motion sickness but most people have a limit.
Guides in Kyuquot Beach House boats live in the stern. Facing their stern, facing clients, able to engage in face-to-face conversation while staying in complete control of the fishing gear is something none of the guides could envision being without.