Sekiu Ling Cod Fishing
The lingcod, or ling cod, is a fish of the greenling family Hexagrammidae. Ling cod is native to the North American west coast from Shumagin Islands in the Gulf of Alaska to Baja California, Mexico. It has been observed up to a size of 60 in and a weight of 130 lb.
Lingcod are endemic to the west coast of North America, with the center of abundance off the coast of British Columbia. They are found on the bottom, with most individuals occupying rocky areas at depths of 32 to 328 ft. Tagging studies have shown lingcod are a largely nonmigratory species, with colonization and recruitment occurring in localized areas only.
Lingcod live in areas that are rocky. And they love areas that have heavy currents. A Lingcod’s preferred hiding spot would be in a dark and rocky lair that offers camouflage and enough current in the front yard to flush by lots of fresh prey. Lingcod do not have swim bladders to regulate their depth. It takes them effort to swim around, and they are a pretty lazy fish in general that will rest with their belly laying on the bottom.