Fishing Report – Vancouver & Fraser Valley 07-01-13
Well, the holidays are over and we hope you had a fantastic one!…but it’s time to get down to the business of fishing, and put that new gear to use! I know it’s late, and Fraser River sturgeon fishing season should be at a crawl right now, but our team guide’s Dave and Shawn didn’t get the memo! Right now roe is the best ...continue →
Fishing Report – Vancouver & Fraser Valley 21-12-12
Fraser River Sturgeon fishing is still doing very good for this time of year. The team is still getting good numbers just ask Dave. His hard work and persistence paid off for Meg and her group who had 18 Dino’s to the boat in six hours on Wednesday. Emily’s group also had a banner day with Dave, and 8 beauties to behold. Our Great River Team is still managing to pick up ...continue →
2012 A SEASON FOR THE HISTORY BOOKS
Great River Fishing Adventures would like to thank all of its clients, friends like an extended family for being part of another amazing year. Many special moments were made this year, from the first time angler who caught his first Salmon to the returning angler who finally landed their 8 foot after years of chasing Dino’s and even the first fly cast by some. We were the adventure of choice for birthdays, company team ...continue →
Fishing Report – Vancouver & Fraser Valley 06-12-12
Fraser River sturgeon fishing has been producing some good numbers and some sizable fish. Our team has been doing very well and it’s not over yet! The best way to get these
mammoths hooked up right now is roe. I had the pleasure of getting out with Shawn, and Dave this week and I just want to share what I believe sets our Great River team apart from the rest. Dave had ...continue →
Fishing Report – Vancouver & Fraser Valley 26-11-12
Fraser River Sturgeon fishingis still doing well, but has slowed down from the fish mayhem in the last little while, but these monsters are still out there waiting to be hooked up. Roe is still your best bet to lure giant fish out of the depths. One of the best things about Sturgeon fishing is that you just never know when the next monster might be around the corner! Salmon fishing ...continue →
Fishing Report – Vancouver & Fraser Valley 10-11-12
Fraser River Sturgeon fishing is excellent still as we are moving into November. Some of trips are still having multiple fish days. The team is reporting some giants and 7+ footers are common place right now. Deano has been out for the last week with the Geoff Love Group and they were consistently into sturgeon each day, with many needing to be taken to shore.
These, under water dino’s can and will make ...continue →
Fishing Report – Vancouver & Fraser Valley 20-10-12
Man, I love doing these reports when fishing is this good! This is definitely everyone on the team’s Favorited time of year. The Fraser River is in overdrive! This is the best fishing of the year to date. The update on the Sturgeon fishing front is that is it is still on fire, 35 fish days reported…that’s right! 35 FISH! IN A DAY!, with Lots of big fish slamming bait and ...continue →
Fishing Report – Vancouver & Fraser Valley 13-10-12
Hold on to your hats people because the report is outstanding! The Fraser River Sturgeon fishing has been upgraded from a category 3 to a category 5 Sturgeon storm, and our guides are proving it! Dean was out with the Flin Flon boys and landed a 8ft 4” Giant.
Ben has reported an incredible 10 to 18 fish a day lately with a 7ft 7” tank and more than a few over 6ft!
We ...continue →
It has been a while since I have put anything together for the Dino Blog and I have to tell you, I have really missed writing. With the record fish and the busy season underway I am hoping the nice Fall incoming fish and nice weather will keep me inspired to stay on top of the blog.
Fishing has been challenging these past few weeks in all area’s of the Fraser River, but we have finally now seen a wave of ...continue →
Fishing Report for Vancouver and the Fraser Valley June 26, 2012
Things seem to be challenging this past week and probably for the next few as well, but it is not the fishing or catching that is the problem, only the access to the river. We have seen many boat launching area’s close such as Hope for the Fraser Canyon, Jesperson’s, Gill ...continue →
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