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SALTWATER FISHING REPORT
Report Image 1 Nanaimo
Submitted by Regan Lall | Sept 27, 2016 10:51AM
Summer fishing update - Wow summer's gone, what a blurr. Very busy with charters this season, sorry for the lack of reports. Out most days excepting those very windy days in August. The Chinook showed up late and small ... [Continue Reading]
SALTWATER FISHING REPORT
Bamfield
Submitted by Doug Lindores | Sept 21, 2016 11:34PM
Good Fishing Along Wall with Wittlestone and Beale Area being Very Productive - Over the past week some great salmon fishing occurred between Poett Nook and Beale. The Troll between Wittlestone and Beale was fantastic last Saturday, Sunday and Monday. Many good sized Coh ... [Continue Reading]
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SALTWATER FISHING REPORT
Report Image 1 Gabriola Island
Submitted by Regan Lall | Sept 20, 2016 10:02AM
Best Summer for fishing - It has been a super busy time on the water. Everyone wanting to get out for the lunkers that showed up later August and continue into September. Thrasher has been very productive, getting into v ... [Continue Reading]
FRESHWATER FISHING REPORT
Report Image 1 Fraser Valley
Submitted by Brian Mack @ Silversides Fishing Adventures | Sept 19, 2016 9:05AM
Massive Sturgeon Caught on the Fraser River! - Fraser River Salmon & Sturgeon Fishing report - by Brian Mack @ Silversides Fishing Adventures: 800 lb Fraser River White Sturgeon landed August 5! This fish measured 11 feet 3'' and had a m ... [Continue Reading]
SALTWATER FISHING REPORT
Barkley Sound
Submitted by Doug Lindores | Sept 18, 2016 4:40PM
Some Good Salmon Fishing into the Past Week Great Sunny Days - Many areas of Barkley Sound continued to have some very good salmon fishing for Chinook and Coho during the past week. Pill Point, Swale Rock, and much of the Bamfield Wall produced some nice f ... [Continue Reading]
SALTWATER FISHING REPORT
Bamfield
Submitted by Doug Lindores | Sept 18, 2016 4:39PM
Good Fishing Along Wall with Wittlestone and Beale Area being Very Productive - Over the past week some great salmon fishing occurred between Poett Nook and Beale. The Troll between Wittlestone and Beale was fantastic last Saturday, Sunday and Monday. Many good sized Coh ... [Continue Reading]
FRESHWATER FISHING REPORT
South Van. Island Lakes
Submitted by Tom Vaida | Sept 13, 2016 6:24PM
Trout Fishing Good, Bass Fishing Excellent - Trout - fishing is GOOD on most lakes in the South Island area. Shore anglers are catching trout on Powerbait, Gulp Eggs, or worms while fishing close to the bottom. Chartreuse and Fluorescent Y ... [Continue Reading]
SALTWATER FISHING REPORT
Sidney
Submitted by Tom Vaida | Sept 13, 2016 6:22PM
Salmon Fishing Fair - Salmon fishing was BETTER this past week. The Pender Bluffs produced mostly coho as large as 11.5 lbs. The coho were suspended at 80-90 feet. There were some bigger fish off Hambley Point where ... [Continue Reading]
SALTWATER FISHING REPORT
Oak Bay
Submitted by Tom Vaida | Sept 13, 2016 6:21PM
Salmon Fishing Slow, Halibut Fishing Good - Salmon fishing was SLOW again this past week. There were some springs up to 10 lbs caught on the flats but not too many were taken. Most of the salmon anglers who fish Oak Bay have moved over to ... [Continue Reading]
SALTWATER FISHING REPORT
Victoria Waterfront
Submitted by Tom Vaida | Sept 13, 2016 6:20PM
Salmon Fishing Good, Halibut Fishing Good - Fishing for salmon was GOOD this past week. The week started out with lots of springs and coho off the harbour area but it slowed down by the weekend. The wild coho were as large the mid teens i ... [Continue Reading]
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Today 10:57AM
Fishmachine wrote: It's not always possible to release a trashing fish in deeper water. I think a quick beach and photo is still better than some other methods. We sometimes gets over criticized for any types of fish photos. It's really too bad since it really does discourage people from posting pictures. [READ MORE]
Today 10:02AM
CaseyCarter wrote: Picudo Sport Fishing Report Sept 19 to Sep 26 2016 This week sure was off and on for the fishing. The NW winds early this week made for some tough fishing outside and a rough ride for those who fished up on the Pacific. Calmer conditions prevailed for the last few days allowing the fleet to get some good fishing in. The tropical dis ... [READ MORE]
Sept 26, 2016 8:20PM
SpringKingCubaKing wrote: Sterling was in for the week end - lots of chrome coho in the Stamp River. He also went hunting deer - many deer but most small in size. [READ MORE]
Sept 26, 2016 11:24AM
cory wrote: Hey Brendon - good to hear from you! Yes there is a wealth of info here accumulated over the last decade and definitely a time back around 2008-2010 where you could get 10-20 good posts in a day as well as several fishing reports submitted from a number of different lodges or charters around BC and other parts of North America. Ho ... [READ MORE]
Sept 23, 2016 7:13PM
treblig wrote: Finally get to go out and fish. The tides are very bad. Low tide is a low/high 9.5 feet so we only have about 2 hours to fish if we can get to our targeted area. I have only been to this area three times last year. We left at 1 pm but could not wade there till 4:30 which leaves us about 2 hours to fish or we can't get back. Afte ... [READ MORE]
Sept 22, 2016 10:22PM
Fishmachine wrote: Sterling might have also said you need to get out and fish more often. Lol [READ MORE]
Sept 22, 2016 4:52PM
SpringKingCubaKing wrote: Did my 92nd trip to Cuba a few weeks ago - Best tip gifts ::: 1. St. Jeans canned smoked albacore tuna. 2. Jars local blackberry jam. 3. St. Jeans canned smoked salmon. What do you take to Cuba for tip - gifts ? [READ MORE]
Sept 17, 2016 11:00AM
finsnskins wrote: Coho are starting to show in some numbers now. Lots of big fish compared to last year when we saw a lot of small fish. We have some rain in the forecast so should plus some fish in. [READ MORE]
Sept 15, 2016 7:04PM
treblig wrote: It never to late to try new techniques. I find I am sometimes to comfortable in my old ways. In this case using roe, roe bags, artificial soft egg imitation, corkies, and Ghost shrimps In the last four year it been a fantastic learning experience . In this technique its the beads. How successful they were for the Sockeye, Coho, ... [READ MORE]
Sept 15, 2016 7:50AM



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