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Fraser River Sockeye open now !

Limit 2 per day 

You may now retain Spring Salmon 

See below for limits on Spring salmon in the Fraser River 

Tuesday August 7th until September 3rd

Upper Fraser Sockeye fun !

August 16th, 2018

Capilano River-  

Coho fishing has been fair to good. Most of the fish have been reported in the upper river pools. Ambleside Park at the mouth of the river is also a good option right now. This fishery is best the first couple hours of daylight when it coincides with a low tide.


The river is in full freshet right now. Trout fishing will pick up once again when the river starts to drop and clear before the salmon arrive.

 *REMINDER* this system is BAIT BAN!

Fraser River-

Effective Tuesday August 7th until September 3rd in the tidal portion of the Fraser River you may retain (4) Chinook per day with only one exceeding 62 cm and (4) Sockeye per day.

Effective Tuesday August 7th until September 3rd in the Non-tidal portion of the Fraser river you may retain (4) Chinook per day with only one exceeding 62 cm and (2) Sockeye per day.

Sturgeon fishing has been quite good with freshet starting to subside. Lamprey Eels, Eulachons, dew worms and Salmon Roe are the ticket!


The river is now open for Red Chinook Salmon. We have had some reports of Chinook Salmon coming from throughout the river. Be sure to be at the river the first couple hours of daylight for best results. Good baits are Pro Cured Roe, Prawns and Colorado Blades.

Their are also Chilliwack Lake Sockeye Salmon in the river at this time. They are catch and release ONLY but can be a fun fishery. Prawns, Shrimp and Krill are all good options.


This river has a decent sea run cutthroat and whitefish population in the spring/summer months. Casting spoons/spinners and float fishing beads are effective and as for fly fishing small streamer patterns, Nymphs, fry patterns and small Dry Flies are always good bets.


This system is best fished during a highwater drop. There will be a few Summer Steelhead in the system with some Red Chinook Salmon beginning to enter.

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-

As we enter the summer months the fishing on lower elevation lakes will start to get tougher as the lakes warm up. The higher elevation lakes will fish well into July with their colder water tempertures!

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