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FRESHWATER FISHING REPORT
Report Image 1 Red River
Submitted by CatEyeOutfitter | Aug 26, 2014 5:54AM
Best channel cats now... - After spending a day fishing for mooneye on a reservoir (Lac Du Bonnet) created by McArthur Falls Dam on the Winnipeg river we moved over to the Red River to fish for Channel catfish. With mooneye as bait angler Dr. John Ladwig had the time of his life catching 32 cats in about 8.5 hour. 25 of [...]
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High Water Cats
Written by CatEyeOutfitter | Aug 26, 2014
With all the changes we've seen of late related to weather many of our rivers are no longer as predictable as they once were. The Red River over the past 10 years or so has seen more high water events than we've seen over the past thirty. The new normal is to expect the unexpected and that our drier warmer summers can be cool and a lot wetter than we've seen in the past. Well, not necessarily, wetter but prone to extremes where it'll rain enough to bring either the Red or Assiniboine to flood level in a very short period of time. Why? .. well farming practices, drainage strategies used by municipalities and even global warming are some of the factors at play. OK, having said the prior still does not mean we're going to stop fishing for cats but it does mean that we will be required to changes some of our tactics and gear choices to [...]
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Bamfield
Submitted by Doug Lindores | Aug 25, 2014 7:58AM
Salmon Fishing at Fleming, Sanford, Kirby Point, and Bamfield Wall NOT BAD - The Best Salmon fishing close to Bamfield has been Roberts Passage. This area at the bottom end of Fleming Island and right next to the Alberni Yacht Club has been as most years very good. But it is a difficult fish. The top end of Fleming and also Sanford Island and Kirby has produced som [...]
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Ucluelet
Submitted by Doug Lindores | Aug 25, 2014 7:48AM
Best Fishing Out of Ucleuelt Last Few Days at Long Beach and along Beach in front of Lighthouse - There are a lot of areas to fish when coming out of the Ucluelet Harbor. Recently the best spot has been up at Long Beach. There have been some salmon at the South West Corner and the Outer South but by far Long Beach has been the best. This may change in the next day or two as the salmon [...]
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FRESHWATER FISHING REPORT
Report Image 1 Fraser Valley
Submitted by Brian Mack @ Silversides Fishing Adventures | Aug 24, 2014 8:53PM
Fraser River Valley Fishing report by Brian Mack - Silversides Fishing Adventures - Fraser River valley Sturgeon & Salmon Fishing report by Brian Mack @ Silversides Fishing Adventures:

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Sockeye salmon fishing on the Fraser river has been HOT over th [...]
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Pink Salmon 2014 (BC Saltwater Fishing)
Started by treblig | Last Post: Aug 27, 2014 12:48PM
It's not over!!! Fishing pinks off the beach is still fantastic.

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Lots fish and fresh ones also. Who says gear and fly can't co exist in harmony.


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SALTWATER FISHING REPORT
Sooke
Submitted by Tom Vaida | Aug 19, 2014 8:00AM
Salmon Fishing Hit or Miss - Salmon fishing was HIT or MISS again this past week. There would be fish in one area one day, and the next day they would have moved on to another area. If you could locate the fish, you could catch a few. The most consistent spots were Sherringham Point, Muir Creek and Otter Point. The spring [...]
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Port Renfrew
Submitted by Tom Vaida | Aug 19, 2014 7:59AM
Salmon Fishing Good - Fishing has been GOOD for springs out at Swiftsure Bank. The springs are very deep, from 120 to 220 feet on the downrigger. Most of the springs are cookie cutters and weigh15-20 lbs. The top producers are spoons. Along the “beach” it’s been much slower than off shore and quite spotty. Halibut [...]
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Port Alberni Inlet
Submitted by Doug Lindores | Aug 18, 2014 9:55PM
Alberni Inlet Has Finally Some Great Salmon Sport Fishing - The Chinook Salmon have definitely moved into the Alberni Inlet over the past week in relatively good numbers. The past few days have been very successful for many sport fishermen. The first Chinook have surprisingly moved right up into the Harbor with some of the best fishing right out in f [...]
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treblig wrote: (video) Lots fish and fresh ones also. Who says gear and fly can't co exist in harmony.
Today 12:48PM
TroutMaster wrote: Anyone been fishing out front of the fraser for sockeyes? Seems to be pretty tight lipped around here but have heard its been steady action for almost a month now. Thinking about launching in nanaimo and making the trip across.
Today 12:36PM
TroutMaster wrote: I'll be back at it today took the derby weekend off to avoid the crowds. Last week some fish were showing at the little Q.
Today 12:34PM
OldShoreFisherman wrote: I haven't been to Campbell River myself, but here is part of a message I received from someone who was up there Aug. 21 & 22: ''But Campbell river is done.. early run... but now all the fish turned green. So incase you're curious.. don't bother making a trip out there.'' It isn't river fishing, but I fished the Nile Creek are [...]
Yesterday 10:50AM
AlberniSalmonSlayer wrote: We went out yesterday morning for almost 6 hours and of the 100 boats fishing the harbour we saw one fish get netted. We went out again tonight for 2.5 hours and there were a couple of dozen boats fishing the harbour and nothing. Last weekend (Aug 16th and 17th we caught 4 chinook). One guy told us last night (at the wharf) that [...]
Aug 25, 2014 10:27PM
cory wrote: Very cool! I knew little about these creatures prior. I think I would just cut my line if I caught one of these. No doubt they would be capable of jumping out of the water into a small boat. The attacks on those salmon remind me of the epic nat geo footage of great whites hitting sea lions on the surface from below:):)
Aug 25, 2014 7:07PM
adrock1981 wrote: Thanks for the pic Gil, our patience will be rewarded. (I keep telling this to myself over and over)... Soon, Soon!
Aug 24, 2014 10:16PM
Brands51 wrote: Haven't put it on yet.. What about backing and how does that work? Would 30lb test be good for lingcod and such and maybe the odd salmon?
Aug 24, 2014 12:32PM
Bushman wrote: (image) #3
Aug 24, 2014 6:35AM
SpringKingCubaKing wrote: The night before I go fishing in my fridge - Larger ice cream bucket half full of sea water or pure water ( not tap water ) with added sea salt - borax - powered milk - Mrs. Stewarts liquid bluing. This makes the anchovy stand out from non cured baits.
Aug 22, 2014 10:50AM


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