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Fraser River

Sturgeon are on the bite once again!! The start of the Eulichon typicaly starts around early April and will last a few weeks. During this time Eulichons will be the best bait option as they will be the primary food source for Sturgeon. 

There are some good trout and Char oppurtunities throughout the Winter months in the Fraser river. The Upper Fraser back channels between Chilliwack and Hope can be quite good for Cutthroat trout. These backwater sloughs are sanctuarys for Salmon fry, and baby course fish that the trout prey on. Casting spoons or chucking streamer flys immitating baitfish or attractors will be good options. The Lower/ Tidal portion of the Fraser can be quite productive at times for Sea Run Dollies. Bar fishing with Roe or single eggs or chucking spoons depending on visability are all good bets.


Despite the low clear water conditions Steelhead fishing has been excellent. good numbers of fresh fish continue to enter the river and we should expect to see this trend last until mid to late March. During Low clear water conditions fishing stealthy is key.. switch to smaller presentations such clear drift or Drennan floats, Flourocarbon leaders, smaller chunks of lead and smaller offerings.


We have had a handfull of  reports of Winter Steelhead. Water conditions are super low and clear so fish havent been able to enter the river in consistent numbers. The best time to fish this river is during a high water drop.


Now can be a great time to break out the trout gear. Cutthroat, Dollies and Whitefish will be available to target throughout the winter months.


Fair to good numbers of Steelhead can be found from now until early Spring. Trout, Char and Whitefish can also be found in the system.

Interior Lakes

Conditions this Winter have been fantastic for Ice fishing! some of the Merritt lakes are starting to shape up as well.

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