Fishing Report for Chilliwack to Vancouver – April 24, 2014
As I sit back and ponder how the fishing is this week and what is yet to come for the 2014 season and future years, I am optimistic!
Where does the time go, this is the question I always ask myself. Seems only yesterday I was a young 20 year old looking for a way to think outside the box to create a job that fulfilled my passion. 30 years later I ...continue →
Fishing Report for Chilliwack to Vancouver – March 25, 2014
Make 2014 the year that you take your family fishing a priority!
Spring is officially here and the fish are biting! What a fantastic few days of weather we have experienced over Spring Break. It was nice to have some families out fishing and enjoying our Beautiful British Columbia rivers. Introducing your family to fishing gives them many options growing up and can make a real difference through teenage years ...continue →
Memories for a Lifetime – Father and Son Fishing
Life goes by so fast and we all seem to be so busy; family tends to get put on the back burner in many cases. I am not sure if I am getting older or whether it is work or technology but world feels like it is at the fastest pace it has been ever before in my life. One thing that I can honestly say that keeps me grounded ...continue →
Fishing Report for Chilliwack to Vancouver – March 5, 2014
Fraser River in Chilliwack. We had clients going out tomorrow for Sturgeon fishing and we have had to call and cancel, we will not be able to get the boats into the river safely. Hopefully things will sort themselves out by midweek as I have some longtime clients coming to Sturgeon fish with me for 2 days and I was looking forward ...continue →
Fishing Report for Vancouver and the Fraser Valley – Feb 18, 2014
Well it has been another one of the mildest winters on record here in Beautiful British Columbia. I knew things were too good to be true and just last week we had our first bite of winter, with frigid cold winds and down to -15 with the wind chill. Curtis was going out on the river in Chilliwack and could not get his boat launched due to ...continue →
2014 Lillooet Wilderness Camp Dates Announced
Fraser River Fishing Report – January 13, 2014
Wow where does time go, it’s hard to believe we are now at mid January and I am getting itchy to wet the spey line and see if there Steelhead out there that might want to play. Trout fishing using all different methods on the back eddy’s of the Fraser River is heating up and also great opportunity to have a family fishing experience. Sturgeon fishing has stayed ...continue →
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO YOU AND YOUR FAMILY
Great River Fishing Adventures would like to thank all of its clients, friends and 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 teambuilding ...continue →
Fishing Report – Vancouver & Fraser Valley 11-29-13
As things start to wind down for the Fall Salmon fishing season with mainly Chumand Coho Salmon still migrating we are looking forward to Steelhead fishing coming soon.
The Fall Season has been another amazing one with so many highlights for Salmon fishing, I personally can’t remember seeing this many Coho (Silver) Salmon ever. We offered our clients many different styles ...continue →
THE POWER OF SPORT
Grant said having military vets as fishing guides “was the icing on the cake.”
Chuck Hamel served three tours with army infantry, one in the Congo and two in Afghanistan. He suffered physical injuries but like many of the others on the trip, he suffered an occupational stress injury (OSI). (Hamel said he doesn’t like the term PTSD, although others use it.) For ...
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