Here is what know:
Silvers - starting to look like a good year. Silvers in the usual spots, Pony, Cheval and some of the points both east and west in the gulf.
They seem to be better in either Pony or Cheval from day to day but not good at both at the same time.
There are a plenty of Silvers at Montague and huge schools of juvenile pollack, capelin and herring in the middle of the straights with salmon along with dozens of whales all mixed into the biological soup that in the Montague straights.
Halibut is solid along the coast in the usual locations, steady action from 230 to 300 feet off the capes and all over at Montague with some days and locations producing better than others, depending on the tide and other mysterious factors that will have to remain a mystery on the internet.
Seems to be some larger fish being caught too. Our halibut tournament is over and ended with a dramatic end of the Tournament winner....Gotta love that.
Lingcod seem abundant despite the relentless pummeling they take every year.
Overall we are at the peak four or five weeks of fishing for the summer to live it up and catch um up and please don't anchor behind the gray boat with blue trim, he is the guy giving you the fishing reports!!
See you out there!