Arachne Reef Fishing Report near Sidney, British Columbia

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Arachne Reef

  10/8/2012 7:00 AM

Located a little off Sidney, Arachne Reef can at times provide you a decent spot for Lingcod or Rockfish, as well as the rare salmon in the right season, but can also at times provide precious little. Sometimes the right tides will push the water in behind the reef, channeling in baitfish and giving you a good platform to fish into, but at the wrong tides it's just a dead-zone. If you hit it at the perfect time during a salmon run, you can pick up a limit here, but if you're out of luck, you'll really be out of luck as there isn't a lot here normally. You may accidentally dredge up a rockfish, but that'll be about it. Check in with the Sidney bait shops to get the most up-to-date local information.

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Species Caught: Red Snapper

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