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Report Image 1 Gabriola Island
Submitted by Regan Lall | Nov 24, 2014 2:17PM
Beautiful Weather, Beautiful Chinooks - What a fantastic weekend out and around Gabriola. We have been hooking into a few nice Chinook each trip out. Very surprised not to see other boats out fishing. The weather and the water was the best you could have asked for. Blue bird skies and calm seas! We're hooking it 10 to 12 #ers a [...]
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Report Image 1 Sooke
Submitted by Ron Neitsch | Nov 23, 2014 11:13AM
Good Halibut Fishing in Sooke - Fished with local family, Christian,wife Katie and kids Max and Luca for Halibut, early morning, 7am start dropping crab traps in the harbour. Rain showers broke and the sun came out as we anchored 2 Reel in 200ft of water. The water was ebbing as we dropped herring down on spreader bars with [...]
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Report Image 1 Nanaimo
Submitted by Regan Lall | Nov 21, 2014 9:51AM
Lots of actions everywhere! -
We've had a great fall so far.Fishing from Porlier Pass to Thrasher Rock. Spotting loads of bait, marking a lot of fish, at time our lines were vibrating. October saw a large number of just undersize Chinooks and Coho. November has us boating 8 to 12 lbers.

This week we started out [...]
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Barkley Sound
Submitted by Doug Lindores | Nov 17, 2014 7:40AM
Small Chinook in Sound - Outflow winds, Cool mornings, sunny warmer (if heater in boat) afternoons in Barkley Sound has been the norm over the past week in beautiful Barkley Sound. The West Coast Vancouver Island 2014 returning Chinook and Coho have made their way into the various creeks, streams, and river systems. [...]
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Port Alberni Inlet
Submitted by Doug Lindores | Nov 17, 2014 7:39AM
Inlet Salmon Fishing All But Over - The Alberni Inlet fishing has been non-existent for the last six to seven weeks. Returns of Chinook, Coho, and Sockeye salmon swimming the inlet waters as they migrated into the Somass River system were quite good. Sockeye numbers did not reach the predicted 1.6 million but 1.1 million did r [...]
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2014 Spring and Coho Salmon Compilation
Written by treblig | Nov 13, 2014

Thanks to all my friends and family that joined and shared many adventures together. Through patience, experience, and luck we endured.

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Report Image 1 Gabriola Island
Submitted by Regan Lall | Nov 10, 2014 10:33AM
Activity at the Grandé - We fished around the Grandé this weekend. Marking a lot of fish, massive bait ball in the area. We had non stop action hitting undersize Chinooks and Cohos. Could keep them off the line. We stop after a couple hours, not wanting to keep shaking off the little goobers. Lots of Whales in the are [...]
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Fraser Valley (Video Report)
Submitted by Brian Mack @ Silversides Fishing Adventures | Nov 3, 2014 1:13PM
Fraser River Valley Fishing report by Brian Mack - Silversides Fishing Adventures - Fraser River Fishing report - Sturgeon & Salmon Fishing report - by Brian Mack @ Silversides Fishing Adventures:

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Chum salmon fishing has been very good over the past week. Chum salmon fishing is a great option right to the [...]
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Report Image 1 Sooke
Submitted by Ron Neitsch | Nov 2, 2014 3:16PM
Halibut Fishing picking up in Sooke - Salmon fishing in Sooke waters has slowed down as we transition from fall Coho to winter Spring salmon fishing. Those trolling the depths are catching less and less Coho, and more boats are fishing closer to shore with the gear closer to the bottom, searching for the first winter Springs. Thes [...]
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Stamp River
Submitted by Doug Lindores | Oct 31, 2014 8:59AM
Weekend Weather Looks Good and Water Hopefully Comes Down - The heavy early fall rains have created high water conditions on the Stamp River. With the extreme rain and high water the Upper River locations have been the best areas to fish. Fall Steelhead are in the system as the Chinook and Coho have been in a natural spawn and the Steelhead are very [...]
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OldShoreFisherman wrote: I was up today (Wednesday Nov. 26) and was shocked at how much the river has risen since I was up on Monday. It's up about a foot. I could only find one spot that was even dubiously fishable from shore in the area I was in, which was well below Sandy Pool. Even then I lost one spinner to an overhanging branch on my side of the [...]
Yesterday 10:40PM
treblig wrote: November 26-2014 With a weeks rain added to the already high waters the rivers are very high. Pushed into the trees. It was very difficult with the heavy water flow trying to maintain ones footing. Could only find one spot to use the center pin. Anything else had to be the level wind due to the limited casting room. We did catch mo [...]
Yesterday 4:30PM
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 talking to a local and the gates and other road blockage was done by the logging company. If there is no gate there is huge boulders taller than me and I am 5'7'' . Lots of boulder on the South dirt road access to. They have re graded the road so it is very nice and clean. They have also damaged and blocked other off trai [...]
Nov 23, 2014 7:56AM
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 [...]
Nov 8, 2014 10:24PM
treblig wrote: Killers whales move into were we were wading on the outside of a spit. Lucky we had just left the spit . If we were still there I wouldn't have to worry about being dry on the inside of my waders. What an amazing scene we shared. This is Ian's video (video)
Nov 6, 2014 5:44PM
tyeefisher wrote: I am looking to buy Radiant mother of Pearl spinners in any quantity but must be in good condition. Feel free to pm tyeefisher on this site.
Oct 30, 2014 3:46PM
SpringKingCubaKing wrote: These my methods :: 1. fish near the bottom at 200 feet 2. plastic flasher with small lure - 31.5 in. knot to knot. 3. favorite areas in order - 1. reef running south of Secretary Island 2. Otter Point west to the first rock pon Gordons beach 3. bluffs 4. tin shed I leave for my 86th research trip to Cuba on Sat [...]
Oct 29, 2014 11:35AM
cory wrote: Hey Dean, It might just be the type of water you are fishing. As the weather gets cold and the browns are finished spawning most trout will move to the slower deeper runs to conserve energy. Your drifts will be less than walking speed water 5-10ft deep slots. I use 3 flies and space them out about 18'' apart. I use 1 split shot [...]
Oct 29, 2014 7:52AM

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