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 Fraser River-

Sturgeon fishing has started to pick up with the warmer weather. Eulichons will be the best bait option for the next few weeks. 

Cutthroat fishing in the upper Fraser back channels between Chilliwack agassiz can be very productive throughout the Spring months. As the Salmon fry migrate towards the ocean they seek refuge in these backwater sloughs where Cutthroat await to feed on these baby Salmon. fly's immitading minnows or salmon fry or chucking gear such as spoons and spinners all work well.


Fly fishing ONLY from the Vedder Crossing bridge downstream to the hwy #1 bridge May 1st until May 31'st. The river is closed to all fishing from June 1st until June 30th. The river re- opens july 1st for Summer red chinook.


 lots of fry are on the move so expect there to be good numbers of Cutthroat around. Fly fishing with minnow patterns or gear fishing with spoons and spinners is productive.


A few early Coho have been reported. This fishery will just get better in the coming weeks.


Bull trout fishing is very productive during the Winter months. These fish can be found throughout the river system however the upper river usally has bigger concentrations of fish. Chucking big flys such as Zonkers, Muddlers, wolly buggers or anything imitating bait fish are good bets... Trout beads are also deadly effective throughout the year. If you're gear fishing, white rubber worms or trout beads  fished under a float or chucking spoons  all work well.

Local lakes-

Local lakes have been stocked with catchable size rainbow trout. Fishing has been awesome these past few weeks. Fishing with worms, powerbait or single eggs under a float or on the bottom are effective methods. lafarge, Rice, Green Timbers and como lakes are all good bets.

Lakes of the Fraser valley-

 Allouette, Cultus, Chilliwack and Kawkawa lakes are good options for rainbows and Cutthroat.

Interior Lakes-

Lake fishing season is upon us. Most of the lower elevation lakes are iced off. Roche, Courtney, Stump, white, barns, Jacko, Lundbon and stump lakes are all good early season options. We should expect to see the higher elevatin lakes in the Thompson Nicola and Chilcotin region to be iced off in the next couple weeks.










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