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FRESHWATER FISHING REPORT
Stamp River
Submitted by Doug Lindores | Oct 17, 2014 8:39AM
Steelhead Fishing in Stamp Picking up, Salmon Migration Better - The Stamp River with the recent rainfall in terms of the river temperatures is cooling down and seems to have allowed for much better salmon migration. Water discharge is high and the past week has seen the water temperature drop in terms of range from 16 to 18 degrees Celsius. Through mid O [...]
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Barkley Sound
Submitted by Doug Lindores | Oct 17, 2014 8:19AM
Rain Over Past Few Weeks Good For Salmon Migration - Barkley Sound Salmon Fishing has dramatically slowed down since the first big rains hit west Vancouver Island in the latter half of September. The salmon have been truly helped with their migration to their various streams and rivers with the good amounts of rainfall. There are still a few l [...]
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Submitted by Ron Neitsch | Oct 16, 2014 12:46PM
Consistent Coho Fishing in Sooke - Fishing for Coho salmon in Sooke has been great! So far October weather,water conditions and good numbers of Coho have made trekking out for some salmon fishing a pleasure. The Coho are close to the Sooke harbour mouth and for the most part are fairly easy to track down and catch. The water fr [...]
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Beach Fishing Journal for the Spring and Coho 2014 (BC Saltwater Fishing)
Started by treblig | Last Post: Oct 21, 2014 6:55PM
What a fantastic fishing journal !!!

Bushman wrote:

Well as quick as it came it's over . Isn't that always the story when it comes to vacation. Now I'm back in edmonton and beach fishing will have to wait another year unfortunately. Plenty of time to tie flies and read my fishing magazines pretending I am still on the island haha. Perhaps if th [...]
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South Van. Island Lakes
Submitted by Tom Vaida | Oct 14, 2014 8:24AM
Trout Fishing Fair, Bass Fishing Good - TROUT – Trout fishing was FAIR on most lakes in the South Island area this past week. Ryan Rock weighed in a 3lbs 14 oz rainbow trout caught on a fly in the Duncan area on Saturday the 6th.

Bank anglers are catching trout on Powerbait, Gulp Eggs, or worms while fishing from shore and r [...]
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FRESHWATER FISHING REPORT
Cowichan River
Submitted by Tom Vaida | Oct 14, 2014 8:23AM
Water Levels Very Low, Lower River Closed - Water levels on the river are still very low. The lower reaches of the Cowichan River have been closed to all recreational uses until further notice. The trout fishing in the mid and upper river is good to excellent, especially very early in the morning and late in the day, but it really stres [...]
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Pedder Bay
Submitted by Tom Vaida | Oct 14, 2014 8:17AM
Salmon Fishing Very Good, Halibut Fishing Good - Coho fishing has been VERY GOOD out in the strait in 450 to 660 feet of water. Most anglers have been trolling at 90 – 130 foot depths, but we’ve also heard of fish taken at 30 feet. Te majority of coho have been unclipped ones. Spring salmon fishing was SLOW for winters, but a few as large as [...]
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Becher Bay
Submitted by Tom Vaida | Oct 14, 2014 8:16AM
Salmon Fishing Good - Salmon fishing has been GOOD in East Sooke. Coho salmon are being caught in good numbers and Harvey Fairfield brought in a 15 lb coho. Successful anglers are going to the 2nd, 3rd and 4th tide lines to find the fish and fishing at 90-110 feet on the downriggers. Most of the coho have been wild [...]
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Sooke
Submitted by Tom Vaida | Oct 14, 2014 8:15AM
Salmon Fishing Good - Coho salmon fishing was GOOD this past week. The coho numbers have been strong but the schools are more scattered than in previous weeks. Anglers were having their best success out in the strait in 500 to 600 feet of water and near the US border. We heard that the boats out the farthest produc [...]
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Submitted by Ron Neitsch | Oct 12, 2014 4:54PM
Good Halibut and Coho in Sooke - Coho Salmon fishing in Sooke is great right now! Special thank-you to all the fishers that entered the 4th Annual Sooke Coho Derby held on October 11th at Jock's Dock on Westcoast rd. The Derby is known for giving great prizes for the largest Coho weighed in during the 1 day tournament, and fo [...]
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Bushman wrote: Well as quick as it came it's over . Isn't that always the story when it comes to vacation. Now I'm back in edmonton and beach fishing will have to wait another year unfortunately. Plenty of time to tie flies and read my fishing magazines pretending I am still on the island haha. Perhaps if there were any decent paying jobs there th [...]
Today 6:55PM
treblig wrote: What a great Pink Salmon season 2014 turned out to be. Able to share it with friends and with my daughter and son. Test the Amundson Miramichi fly rod and reel and Jessica catching her very first Pink salmon. (video)
Today 4:21PM
eroyd wrote: Sooke is still super low and the fish are trapped in the buckets. Put a sunk, sparse fly out in front of them with a long leader as the dense schools swim by and you'll probably eventually hook one in the mouth. ( oops... I mean they'll bite).
Oct 18, 2014 8:41PM
SpringKingCubaKing wrote: I will be here shortly https://www.google.ca/search?q=pictures+melia+marina+varadero&biw=1280&bih=875&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ei=YcFCVNqlNoX-iAL8sYGIBQ&ved=0CDsQsAQ
Oct 18, 2014 12:39PM
cory wrote: How did the derby go?
Oct 14, 2014 8:26AM
Brendon wrote: Was out yesterday morning for a couple hours, I didn't get anything but a guy with a spinning set up beside me got into 4 nice rainbows. The fish seemed to be holding out a bit further then I was able to reach with my fly rod. At least it was a nice day out there.
Oct 6, 2014 9:00AM
cory wrote: Look awesome! You are at risk of dulling that hook on the green one. If you put it back a bit further, it wont keep smashing into the body of the plug when it is swimming, just my 2 cents. Let us know how you make out.
Oct 3, 2014 9:27AM
slabmaster wrote: Thank you I will do that
Sept 27, 2014 7:30AM
cory wrote: Tied this up quickly to give you a photo to express my idea. Added bead chain eyes near the eye of the hook for a little extra weight. Didnt have any hot orange thread so had to use peach. (image)
Sept 24, 2014 2:44PM
Allwaters wrote: For sale. $20,000 Firm Would like this boat to go to an avid fisherman I have owned it for the past 5 years and before that it was my grandpas for 10 or so years. 2 years ago I put a new 150hp Yamaha on it, it now has 250 hours and 2 years extended warranty remain. The trailer is a dual axle 2010 highliner with surge drum brakes. It [...]
Sept 23, 2014 2:59PM


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