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SALTWATER FISHING REPORT
Barkley Sound
Submitted by Doug Lindores | Jan 14, 2018 7:33PM
Feeder Chinook in Sound. Finding the bait is Key - There have been a few Feeder Chinook landed in some of the Barkley Sound areas over the past two weeks. There are a lot of under size Chinook and a few up to ten pounds in a few of the more pop ... [Continue Reading]
SALTWATER FISHING REPORT
Port Alberni Inlet
Submitted by Doug Lindores | Jan 14, 2018 7:11PM
Alberni Inlet Summer Fishing Actually Better than Expected 2018 Season Should Look Good - The sport fishing in the Alberni Inlet during the 2017 summer turned out better with more opportunity to fish than what was expected. Originally the return of Sockeye salmon was to be very low. ... [Continue Reading]
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Report Image 1 Gabriola Island
Submitted by Regan Lall | Jan 9, 2018 1:34PM
Thrasher still holding Chinooks. - The bait is in good abundance around the structure at Thrasher and Grande to the waterfall. The trick is finding the vein of Chinook. When you do it is non stop action. One day they are all at t ... [Continue Reading]
FRESHWATER FISHING REPORT
Chilliwack-Vedder River
Submitted by Brian McKinlay (604-864-5445) | Dec 29, 2017 10:42AM
Vedder River Steelhead Report - Vedder River Steelhead fishing has seen fairly slow start to the season so far. Only 3 fish weighed in for the annual Boxing Day derby. Conditions right now are not so great. Low and clear with ... [Continue Reading]
SALTWATER FISHING REPORT
Report Image 1 Gabriola Island
Submitted by Regan Lall | Dec 16, 2017 11:21AM
Thrasher is producing very well - I know this is a quick report, but the Gabriola area/ Thrasher Rock has turned on this week. We went out twice this week and had limited out within an hour. Non stop action, double headers half ... [Continue Reading]
SALTWATER FISHING REPORT
Report Image 1 Gabriola Island
Submitted by Bob Meyer | Dec 12, 2017 8:05PM
Gabriola - Thrasher Rock is producing some very nice catches of Chinook salmon. Try the T-Rex hoochie, or Silver Blue spoon at 140 feet in 160 feet of water. The fish are running 8 to 14 pounds, and are ve ... [Continue Reading]
SALTWATER FISHING REPORT
Report Image 1 Nanaimo
Submitted by Regan Lall | Dec 12, 2017 10:24AM
Winter Chinooks are starting to hold - It looks like it is going to be another decent winter fish in the areas around Nanaimo - Gabriola. Most boats going out are getting more than shakers, loads in the 60cm and now a few in the 65 t ... [Continue Reading]
SALTWATER FISHING REPORT
Barkley Sound
Submitted by Doug Lindores | Dec 10, 2017 8:54AM
Big November Winds and Rain Open to a December High Pressure System - The West Coast of Vancouver Island was battered by big heavy winds and rain in November. However December has been calmed by a large high pressure system that has protected Vancouver Island's W ... [Continue Reading]
SALTWATER FISHING REPORT
Port Alberni Inlet
Submitted by Doug Lindores | Dec 10, 2017 8:28AM
Alberni Inlet Summer Fishing Actually Better than Expected. - The sport fishing in the Alberni Inlet during the 2017 summer turned out better with more opportunity to fish than what was expected. Originally the return of Sockeye salmon was to be very low. ... [Continue Reading]
SALTWATER FISHING REPORT
Bamfield
Submitted by Doug Lindores | Dec 10, 2017 8:27AM
A Few Feeder Chinook Around, 2017 Summer Fishing Was Relatively Good - There have been few sport fishermen out on the water around the Bamfield area over the past month. The 2017 sport fishing season for inshore and offshore for most of the summer was relatively ' ... [Continue Reading]
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RECENT FORUM DISCUSSION
treblig wrote: I think its quiet as there has not been much success . I normally hit the river once a week but this year only two day on three rivers. Long days with allot of hiking . To my surprise I saw only 2 anglers during that time. Also you would find anglers vehicles at certain parts of the road leading to honey holes and they were em ... [READ MORE]
Today 8:41AM
curmudgeon wrote: Gorgeous picture Gil. I too have encountered a lack of fellow fishermen on my local flow. Fished the Cowichan last week for 5 hours and met no one else. Managed a small Steelhead and saw 2 sea lions above the washout. I would rather compete with fellow anglers than seals and sea lions. [READ MORE]
Jan 11, 2018 9:32AM
treblig wrote: Lots of fun with friends (video) [READ MORE]
Dec 20, 2017 5:24PM
treblig wrote: One of our fun outings at this time of the year is to fish the beaches on the west side of vancouver island using ultra lite tackle with 6 pound test line. Florencia Bay in Pacific Rim Park is were we go when all other fishing is non productive. As always we check the weather and tides and all is in our favour. Mild temperatures ... [READ MORE]
Dec 6, 2017 9:51PM
IronNoggin wrote: The Georgia Strait Alliance has put forth a survey to collect YOUR thoughts on potential steps being taken to try and recover the dwindling population of southern resident killer whales. I would encourage all fishermen, and any with an interest to fill this out. If we want to realize any fisheries down the road, letting them know y ... [READ MORE]
Nov 28, 2017 12:50PM
Rawdog wrote: Awesome thanks for sharing [READ MORE]
Nov 18, 2017 2:02PM
treblig wrote: While fishing the Cowichan river we caught allot of rainbows and one big brown trout. Sorry no photos [READ MORE]
Nov 16, 2017 8:22AM
Rawdog wrote: I like using atomic 5'' 800 plug on the surface trolling it fast past all the creek mouths [READ MORE]
Nov 14, 2017 9:39AM
treblig wrote: I think anything being heavily used for business will always show wear and tear . I call them battle scars . Wear them proudly. [READ MORE]
Nov 13, 2017 2:50AM
treblig wrote: November 1 journal We were all excited to get back to yesterday location to continue our success catching Coho. That dind't happen as the salmon decided to move and spread out. We did find them but had to keep moving as they would not hold for long. For 4 hours we waded over our crotch and often were over 500 -700 feet from shore. ... [READ MORE]
Nov 4, 2017 4:29PM



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