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SALTWATER FISHING REPORT
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Submitted by Ron Neitsch | Dec 16, 2014 9:09AM
Salmon and Halibut in Sooke - Winter salmon fishing in Sooke is Very Good right now. We have been receiving many great reports from anglers trolling for Spring salmon from the Sooke harbour mouth, West to Sheringham Point, catching salmon up to 12lbs. Otter Point has been especially good for holding fish this last week. Th [...]
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FRESHWATER FISHING REPORT
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Submitted by David Murphy | Dec 15, 2014 11:33AM
River Back in Shape - Some Fresh Fish - The river came back into shape quickly over the weekend with the dropping temperatures. By late Sunday we were back out and into fish.

The upper river levels are ideal, still high but good clarity. There are fall fish in the upper with a few chrome winters showing up in the mix.
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Stamp River
Submitted by David Murphy | Dec 12, 2014 10:19AM
Flood Update - River Receding - This morning it was a big relief to find the drift boat that we have been using to row down the road to the lodge, high and dry! The Somass River floodwaters have been slowly receding and have now dropped over four vertical feet since its peak at the lodge. Old timers in the neighborhood repo [...]
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Submitted by David Murphy | Dec 10, 2014 2:56PM
Huge Storm - River Floodiing - The Storm has doubled up again today and pounded the area with more torrential rains. This combined with the sea surge from the 8 Meter seas offshore has pushed the full moon high tides even higher in the Alberni Inlet. The result is one big backed up muddy watershed!

River is raging [...]
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SALTWATER FISHING REPORT
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Submitted by Ron Neitsch | Dec 10, 2014 11:08AM
Good Sooke Salmon and Halibut Fishing - Winter salmon fishing in Sooke is GOOD. Have had reports of lots of action on winter spring salmon infront of the Sooke harbour mouth, Bluffs,and West of Otter Point. We have been experiencing some better weather with lower winds and more boats have been getting out for salmon and halibut fish [...]
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SALTWATER FISHING REPORT
Ucluelet
Submitted by Doug Lindores | Dec 10, 2014 2:42PM
Feeder Chinook Fishing Close to Ucluelet Slow. Huge Low Creates Great Storm Watch - This week will likely see little sport fishing of any kind around the Ucluelet Harbor. There is up to 200 ml of rain expected over the next few days and high wind gusts up to 100 km anticipated . Many local people and visitors out on the coast will have opportunity to witness some great Stor [...]
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Port Alberni Inlet
Submitted by Doug Lindores | Dec 10, 2014 2:42PM
Alberni Inlet Quiet. Look for Some Feeder Chinook Fishing During Winter Months in Franklin-Nahmint - This time of year sees very little activity in the Alberni Inlet. With a huge Low front now upon West Coast Vancouver Island we are unlikely to see to much happening in the Inlet over the next few days. Up to 100 to 150 ml of rain and wind gusts up to 80 km from the southeast will keep vesse [...]
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FRESHWATER FISHING REPORT
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Submitted by David Murphy | Dec 8, 2014 9:53AM
Big Weather System - Push in More Fish - With several deep low pressure systems stacking up against the West Coast of Vancouver Island, the Stamp River should see very significant water flow increases which will hamper fishing possibilities in the mid and lower river this mid week. With 100-200 mm of rain expected in the next 24 hou [...]
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Submitted by David Murphy | Dec 1, 2014 3:58PM
Cold Weather - River Shaping up - Four days without rain has brought the river into good fishing conditions. Still very high with fishable clarity throughout the system.

Fresh Winter Steelhead were encountered in the lower river this weekend! They are a little early but then again so is winter. Its amazing how they know [...]
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Bamfield
Submitted by Doug Lindores | Nov 28, 2014 2:50PM
Weekend Weather was Beautiful - The past weekend weather around Bamfield and Barkley Sound as a whole was absolutely beautiful. At this time of year there are few boats out on the water but those avid year round fishermen can certainly find some days during the late fall and winter months that are sensational. Bamfield and [...]
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treblig wrote: You would expect when a river drops four vertical feet it would be low. The rivers were flood stage and even with such a drop the river was still very high. Difficult to find spot but there were a few. We had a very surprise catch a full size Sockeye salmon. Boy was it ugly. Then we were into trout. After a while nothing else happe [...]
Dec 17, 2014 5:55PM
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treblig wrote: Yes, up at Cluxewe. I'm so bad with names. An older fellow (older than me), with a sarcastic wit. He cut the points of many of his flies. [/quote] That describes most of the old fishermen including me hahahaha
Dec 13, 2014 4:38PM
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Dec 9, 2014 7:57PM
treblig wrote: Hi Cory I don't smoke them . They are in my ten tray dehydrator at 110 degrees for two days. Smoking them is smoking them. They are firm but moist but still smoked. I want them to be candied. I want them to be hard . So the dehydrator removes allot of the moister. I loose 1/3 of my volume. They become very rich in taste . (image)
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SpringKingCubaKing wrote: From Island Outfitters ::: SOOKE The fishing for winter springs was VERY GOOD this past weekend. Several boats reported getting limits of springs up to 10 lbs in size. The boas were fishing from the harbour entrance and over by the Sooke Bluffs. Choice of lures has stayed very similar to last week; Anchovies are working well with [...]
Dec 9, 2014 10:31AM
STEELMASTER wrote: All I know is that what Island Timberlands is doing is bull****. Those two little gates near the sproat bridge is just a tiny tiny bit of what is going on out in the bush. I am an avid hunter and I am always out in the bush all throughout the alberni valley area. They are putting up gates on basically every road that they have loggi [...]
Dec 3, 2014 9:40PM
treblig wrote: This is a post I did on another forum about the trailing hook system that Dan AKA SmokeyRiver created. I thought it best to add it to his post. Thanks Dan great idea. Lets spread the word. ***************************************** Trailer hooks are not a new idea. It has been used mainly for short striking fish. That is a fish th [...]
Nov 23, 2014 10:29PM
treblig wrote: I was never god in engrish. Barely passed with a P in high school. In the last 10 years though I have enjoyed writing little short stories or articles. Many have seen my spelling, grammar, and running sentences mistakes. Yet I believe I have been getting better. It has been hard sometimes as my mind moves faster than I type and of [...]
Nov 10, 2014 10:45PM
silverside wrote: Hey guys! this is Brian Mack from Silversides Fishing Adventures(since 1996) in Vancouver and Mission, BC. We know lots of you love Sturgeon fishing in Alberta, even though it's not allowed, one Alta angler told me. If you want great Sturgeon fishing without breakin the law:) then join us on one of our jet boats for a Fraser river [...]
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