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OUR NEW FISHING REPORT LINE ...

Call 604-270-3097

Full time Sales Help wanted 

Please contact the store at 604-273-5901

Rock cod & Lingcod opening May 1ST 

Check our SALTWATER FISHING REPORT 

HERE FOR LIMITS and further information . 

Halibut fishing is now open too!

Zoran Zugic with a beauty Bull Trout Feb.3rd

 

Colin's nice fish Jan 25th, 2018

Josh weekend Veeder Steelhead

Tim's wild steelhead

Khim's  Vedder hatchery Steelhead

Dal Kubeska with a massive 8'4" 400lb sturgeon caught on Sept 24 on a fishing trip with Langs. It was the 5th fish over 5 ft caught on the 4 hour trip

Colin and friend's awesome sturgeon catch Sept/2017

April 17, 2018

Capilano River-  

There should be the odd early Coho Salmon showing up as we near the end of the month. This river does get a small run of Winter Steelhead but they catch and release only! Bait ban has lifted.

Squamish-

Now is a great time to start targetting resident and sea run trout in the upper reaches of the river. The Salmon fry are now hatched and on their way out of the river. This means it is a great time to fish with Spoons, spinners and fry patterns for predatory trout. If you are fly fishing medium to large streamers and fry patterns are the ticket. *REMINDER* this system is BAIT BAN!

Fraser River-
Throughout the spring months there is a fishery for Cutthrout and Bull Trout. These fish can be caught bar fishing with bait or if the clarity permits casting spoons and spinners or flyfishing.

As the weather warms up the Sturgeon will get more active. Now is a good time to start fishing Eulachons, Lamprey Eels and Dew worms. The fishing will only improve as the weather warms up!

Vedder/Chilliwack

Fishing has been excellent this past week when the river has been in decent shape. There are still good numbers of fresh fish coming into the system mixing in with the fish that have been in the system for awhile so this means fish are spread throughout the system so be sure to cover lots of water!
For Steelhead try Cured Roe, Roe Bags, Prawns, Jigs, Gooeybobs, Pink Worms, Colorado Blades, Spoons and Troutbeads. If you are fly fishing Intruders, Popsicles and Leechs are popular flies.

Stave-

This river has a decent sea run cutthroat and whitefish population in the spring months. Casting spoons/spinners and float fishing beads are effective and as for fly fishing small streamer patterns, Nymphs, fry patterns and Nymphing egg patterns are always good bets. This system gets a small run of Steelhead as well.

Chehalis-  

This system is best fished during a highwater drop. There are Steelhead in the system and should be spread throughout.

Local Lakes -

Local lake fishing has been good. Buntzen, Sasamat, Green Timbers, Rice, Como and Lafarge are good bets. The spring stockings have already begun!

Lakes of the Fraser valley such as Cultus, Chilliwack, Jones, Hicks, Weaver, Deer and Allouette lakes are all decently productive lakes.

Kokanee fishing has also been good. Kawkawa Lake in Hope is always a safe bet as well as Alouette Lake. Bottom fishing with Krill and Deli shrimp dyed are quite productive. If you prefer to troll come on in and see are new well stocked KOKANEE SECTION!

 Interior Lakes-

Most lakes are still frozen but with warming tempertures be sure to keep a close eye on lower elevation lakes as ice off is right around the corner!

To purchase your freshwater Licence please go HERE

Click the link below for real time water levels

wateroffice.ec.gc.ca/report/report_e.html   

For information on the Family Fishing Weekend please go to 

http://www.bcfamilyfishing.com/

 

For Fresh water Fishing Regulations go to :

http://www.env.gov.bc.ca/fw/fish/regulations/#Synopsis

For great fishing information and stocking information 

go to : http://www.gofishbc.com/default.htm