Fraser River and Tributary fishing report for the Fraser Valley May 28
Some great fishing had over the past week while I was away in Edmonton for the Rendezvous 2012 Show and the rivers are still staying in great shape for adventures. I was also lucky enough to fish a few days in Edmonton with my great friend Keith Rae from “Get Hooked ...continue →
Fraser River Fishing report for the “Great Outside” Chilliwack British Columbia
Well another week of fishing and more water….did I say more water? We were able to get in our 1st days in the Fraser Canyon this past week and what a thrill to be up there again. Yes, the water was moving at about 6.50 meters per second and the water went up almost 5 feet from when we left on Saturday to when we went back on Sunday. It ...continue →
Sturgeon Fishing on the Fraser River with 1st timers from Alberta
Last weekend on the Fraser River we were thrilled to have a 1st time crew come out from Edmonton, Alberta from our friend Keith Rae at ” Get Hooked Fishing Adventures”. Every year Keith offers his customers a special trip to Chilliwack to fish Sturgeon. This year Keith has 2 groups and ...continue →
Fraser River Sturgeon Fishing with the Concrete Cutting Boys
We were thrilled to have another local company out fishing last week and one of the client was a long time friend of mine Ed Ruffles from Allcuts Concrete Ltd. Ed brought his crew of workers for the day to chase some Dinosaurs and we have had this trip in the plans since late 2008. ...continue →
Fraser River Fishing Report for Sturgeon, Steelhead and Trout from Chilliwack to Vancouver British Columbia April 27
Well another week or more has past and there have been lots of changes on many of the local rivers we fish. It looks as if the Springtime freshet is really playing an effect on our chances to go out for anything more than Sturgeon fishing on the Fraser River. We have now seen water levels jump over 1 meter on most Rivers like ...continue →
Fishing Report for Vancouver and the Fraser Valley for April 15
Another week of good fishing it has been and with the tree’s starting to bloom and the weather getting warmer we are seeing more anglers out and about on the local rivers. With the water in the Fraser River starting to rise and the color now murky, Eulachon (baitfish) beginning to migrate from the ocean, the Sturgeon have woken up. One of the big fish we landed actually jumped 2 ...continue →
Another great week of fishing and fun – does it get any better ever?
So when the Steelhead trips all go out and catch fish, the Sturgeon trips all go out and catch fish and the sun shines a little and we have some great Trout fishing and it is only March, no it does not get much better. Thanks to all our guests and friends who visited us this past week to enjoy our incredible fishing area here in south ...continue →
What a fishing week this past one has been and again always feel so blessed to live in British Columbia “The best Place on Earth” . From Sturgeon fishing to Trout fishing with warming temperatures the fishing is just getting better and better.
We started out the week taking out a group of young anglers and had the chance to teach them all about fishing and the outdoors and how they can make a difference in the future years and have ...continue →
Really excited to be back online and blogging again – it has been a long time and we have been working on our new website which is now launched. We are working through some of the bugs, so please be patient with us. If you are going through our new website take notice that you can “Like” and even “Tweet” our pictures and also you can even +1 our individual pages. We will be having a full time twitter feed that ...continue →
The year started early with my friend Geoff, Sturgeon fishing addict extraordinaire wanting to come fishing in January. It was winter I said “are you nuts” to which he replied, “my friend and I have time off and this is when we can come, we know the fishing will be okay, we will take our chances.” I agreed and probably gave my head a shake at the same time.
Geoff ...continue →
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