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Congratulations to Tyler our River photo contest winner !

Fraser River in Region 2 (non-tidal waters of the Fraser River). Region 2 waters are those waters between the downstream edge of the CPR bridge at Mission, BC to the downstream side of the Alexandra Bridge.

Effective October 26, 2018 at 00:01 hours until December 31, 2018 at 23:59 hours:

- The daily limit for chinook salmon is four (4) with only one (1) greater than 62 cm.

- The daily limit for coho salmon is two (2) hatchery marked fish only.  You may not retain wild coho.

- You may not retain chum, sockeye or pink salmon. 

 
Please see limits for each river system here 

 

Thanks to Len and the boys at Berry's Bait and Tackle for helping me with a rod issue earlier today and getting me back fishing so quickly. This picture is the result! You guys are the best. Much appreciated! - Ken K.

Upper Fraser Sockeye catch !

Lots of sturgeon being caught in the Upper Fraser !

Upper Fraser Sockeye fun !

November 13th, 2018

Capilano River-  

Baitban lifted Effective November 1st, 2018. 

Coho fi

 

Squamish-

Some Salmon will be starting to show up in the system and will be followed by the Bull Trout feeding on eggs. This system typically picks up a little later into October.

 *REMINDER* this system is BAIT BAN!! 

Fraser River-

The river is now open for salmon! Chum Salmon will not be open for retention due to low numbers. Bar fishing with fresh Chum roe is your best bet, you are allowed to retain 2 hatchery Coho Salmon. We do have fresh boraxed Chum available for purchase, we would prefer a call at least a day in advance to reserve your bait as we have limited stock available!

Sturgeon fishing has been excellent. With the large numbers of Chum now in the river Salmon Roe, Salmon parts as well as traditional baits such as Lamprey Eel, Eulachons and Dew Worms all have been working well!

Vedder/Chilliwack

we are nearing the end of the Fall Salmon season...Fair numbers of Coho are still spread out throughout the system however most are now starting to show there spawning colours. Chum Salmon will continue to enter the river until mid to late December

Drift fishing with Boraxed or Pro cured Roe, colorado blades and yarn ties is very effective. Twitching Jigs and chucking spoons or spinners in the frog water can also be deadly effective.

Stave-

As of October 29th Chum retention will be ZERO!

You may still catch and release Chum Salmon

Chehalis-  

Fishing has picked up considerably in the last week after some heavy rainfall.

Local Lakes -

Local lake fishing has been good. Buntzen, Sasamat, Green Timbers, Rice, Como and Lafarge are good bets.

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-

With cooling temps comes better fishing! As we move into fall all your favorite lakes will start to pick again as fish feed to prepare for ice over!

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