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Introduction to Winter Steelheading Seminar Saturday  Sat. Dec.2nd at 10 am!

Thank you to all those who signed up, we are in the planning stages for future Steelhead courses!

Watch for future seminars here

This seminar is for beginner steelhead angler and will be covering topics from tackle, bait, rigs and tactics. We will also cover basic how too on targeting these fish.

The class will be an hour and a half long with some time for Q & A

There will be 12 spots available and registration can be done in store or over the phone.

To save a spot, a $20 payment will be taken. 

That $20 will be converted to store credit at the end of the class ! 

Please give us a call 604 273 5901 or stop by the store to save your spot

Tabatha and Marco upper Fraser 

Staff member Jordan out for a couple days on the local rivers 

 Fransisco with a beautiful fall Chinook !

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

The fall with much cooler temperatures, provides for better lake fishing and opportunites to introduce your children to fishing like this young angler.. 

Luka's first fish !

Fishing report - updated December 12th, 2017

Capilano River-  

Salmon fishing is now tapering down. 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. These fish are feeding on Salmon eggs and flesh. Casting spinners, spoons and floatfishing with troutbeads are good bets. Fly fishing with egg and flesh patterns will also work.

Fraser River-
Bar fishing for salmon has come to an end. There is however a very good Sea Run Trout fishery this time of year. Bar fishing with roe can be very effective for Bull Trout and the odd Cutthroat trout.

Sturgeon fishing has been good from Chilliwack down river as far as Ladner. Be sure to get out and take advantage of this fishery before the cold weather hits and these fish become more dormanent. Good baits are Salmon Roe, Salmon Parts, Lamprey Eels and Dew Worms.

Vedder/Chilliwack

We are at the beginning of Steelhead season and we have had some early reports of a few fish in the system. The key to finding these fish early season is to cover lots of water. There are also Bull Trout in the system gorging on rotting salmon and eggs!

For Steelhead try Cured Roe, Roe Bags, Prawns, Jigs, Gooeybobs, Pink Worms, Colorado Blades and Troutbeads. If you are fly fishing Intruders, Popsicles and large Leechs are popular early season flies.

Stave-

This river has a decent sea run cutthroat and whitefish population in the winter months. Focus on areas behind spawning or dead salmon. This system gets a small later run of Steelhead as well.

Chehalis-  

This system is famous for late running Coho Salmon. These fish can still be coming in fresh until the end of December. Steelhead will also start trickling into the system when the river rises.

Local Lakes -

Local lake fishing has been good. Buntzen, Sasamat, Green Timbers, Rice, Como and Lafarge have all been recently stocked and have been producing.

 

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

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