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SALTWATER FISHING REPORT
Report Image 1 Becher Bay
Submitted by Justin Wilson | Feb 23, 2017 6:36AM
Good Winter Fishing - The Winter Chinook Fishing has been very exciting this season with the odd larger fish starting to show up into the teens. The Herring have Started to pass through in large schools a bit further ... [Continue Reading]
SALTWATER FISHING REPORT
Report Image 1 Gabriola Island
Submitted by Regan Lall | Feb 21, 2017 3:27PM
Still a pretty strong winter fish - Checking out our fishing log for January, between the winds and the snow, we did manage to get out 5 times. Getting into 64 fish and 14 being keepers with a total of 147# of fish. That being ... [Continue Reading]
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Barkley Sound
Submitted by Doug Lindores | Feb 13, 2017 10:54AM
Spotty Winter Chinook Fishing - It has been a relatively long and colder than average winter in all areas located in Central and West Coast Vancouver Island. Spring and summer will arrive and when weather conditions improve w ... [Continue Reading]
SALTWATER FISHING REPORT
Bamfield
Submitted by Doug Lindores | Feb 13, 2017 10:54AM
Sproat Loggers Derby First Weekend of March - The salmon Winter Chinook Fishing has been slow around the Bamfield area. Of course the reports at this time of year are few and far between. There have been a few feeders landed in by a coupl ... [Continue Reading]
SALTWATER FISHING REPORT
Zeballos/Esperanza
Submitted by reelobsession | Feb 10, 2017 7:25AM
New Year News Letter and Fish Report - Happy New Year! We hope everybody enjoyed some quality family time and relaxation. 2017 is upon us and my wife & I are excitingly prepping and gathering our bearings for a BUSY season ahead! ... [Continue Reading]
FRESHWATER FISHING REPORT
Report Image 1 Chilliwack-Vedder River
Submitted by Brian McKinlay (604-864-5445) | Feb 3, 2017 10:14AM
Vedder Steelhead Report - Vedder Steelhead fishing has been fairly consistent for those adapting to the low water conditions. That means lighter tackle like Clear floats, flourocarbon leaders and small offerings. Our gui ... [Continue Reading]
FRESHWATER FISHING REPORT
Report Image 1 Chilliwack-Vedder River
Submitted by Brian McKinlay (604-864-5445) | Jan 21, 2017 11:47AM
Vedder Steelhead Report - Vedder Steelhead fishing picked up yesterday after that rain settled down. The river came up a ton with all that rain on top of all that snow. After the rain stopped the river came into shape an ... [Continue Reading]
SALTWATER FISHING REPORT
Ucluelet
Submitted by Doug Lindores | Jan 21, 2017 8:43AM
Big Seas and Slow Fishing out of Ucluelet - The 2017 spring and summer fishing season is getting closer. Of course winter weather conditions and winds will switch and there will be many great offshore fishing opportunities beginning in M ... [Continue Reading]
SALTWATER FISHING REPORT
Bamfield
Submitted by Doug Lindores | Jan 21, 2017 8:28AM
Slow Salmon Fishing Around the Bamfield Area - As can be expected the salmon fishing around Bamfield over the past Weeks has not been all that great. The weather for much of the time period has been very cool and there has been some heavy ... [Continue Reading]
SALTWATER FISHING REPORT
Barkley Sound
Submitted by Doug Lindores | Jan 21, 2017 8:28AM
Slow Fishing In Sound - Winter Chinook fishing in most of Barkley Sound has been slow. As we close in on a new month the fishing should improve. The first weekend of March which is actually only six weeks away will m ... [Continue Reading]
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Romic wrote: Haven't fished them, but I have handled them in the store. They were pretty stiff feeling. Not weak like Coho Killers or the other small thin spoons that Recreational fishers use so often. Was actually considering trying a few out on the commercial boat this coming season. Nothing worse then having to bend back the smaller spoon ... [READ MORE]
Today 1:27AM
Romic wrote: Gates and other forms of deactivation are happening everywhere. Majority of the time they deactivate roads so people don't go and dump their trash because they are too cheap to go to the dump or a drop off site and pay a small fee. But would rather take the time and gas to go ruin the back roads. See lots of projects annually ... [READ MORE]
Yesterday 8:17PM
uclueletcharters wrote: The trick in close is look for deep water pinnacles surrounded by flat sand and gravel bottom, work the edges of pinnacle. If you get one doing that it will be a big one 9 times out of 10. Barkley Sound is full of those pinnacles and worst case scenario you hook some monster lings. Good luck :) [READ MORE]
Feb 23, 2017 8:36PM
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Feb 20, 2017 8:33AM
treblig wrote: I dared to put my hand in that -0 water ( meaning colder than zero ) (image) [READ MORE]
Feb 18, 2017 7:34AM
riverscout wrote: Well, not too bad then. My friend drifted it alone some years ago in a pontoon boat. He was caught up by the current and driven against some logs. He managed to push himself away but it was a near thing. One day we will get his boats repaired and go together. There are a couple of rivers up island I would like to drift as well. [READ MORE]
Feb 3, 2017 10:47PM
riverscout wrote: This just came up in my twitter feed: https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/coping-with-the-winter-blues/?WT.mc_id=SA_TW_MB_INFOG [READ MORE]
Jan 23, 2017 7:35PM
riverscout wrote: This brings back memories for me too. When I lived in Victoria, I would try to get up to the Cowichan on my days off in the summer. The spring wasn't possible as I was on call. Same with the fall, and I couldn't afford to miss a day of work. I would try to pack and be organized for the 'weekend' and ride up there on my xt350. I had ... [READ MORE]
Jan 22, 2017 2:19PM
riverscout wrote: Once again, some great video work Smokey River. Colour is still great in what seem to be flat light conditions. That textured green water is beautiful. Some very nice fish too. I need a new camera. The only digital camera I have used was a Canon EOS Rebel XT. It has stopped working and I haven't had the funds for repair or replaceme ... [READ MORE]
Jan 22, 2017 2:03PM
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Jan 14, 2017 5:19PM



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