Today was a halibut and salmon combo trip but because of the slow silver salmon fishing we decided to target halibut and rockfish. My intention was to fish the southern tip of Montague Island but as we approached the shelf the wind picked up to an Easterly 20 knots & 6 ft seas. I didn’t feel like puking everyone today so we tucked up in the lee of the island to a calm area where I anticipated some good halibut fishing. The bite started off slow though started to pick up as the current kicked into into full swing. We caught 8 fish over 40lbs and one fish was around 90lbs. After sitting for big ones we loaded the boat with some 15-20 pounders nearby. On our way home we stopped for rockfish and picked up a few silvers in the mix. Today worked out great despite the lumpy ride out. Thanks again- FISH ON!!!!