Hi and welcome to the GRFA fishing report updated on the 8th of May 2018.
We seem to have jumped straight from winter into summer. What a beautiful spring we’re having!! Here’s what’s been happening on the water and a few things coming up soon…
With the summer like weather we’ve been blessed with the Fraser River water levels have bumped up dramatically. With the interior snow packs being above average it’s ...
Hi and welcome to the GRFA fishing report updated on the 10TH of April.
April showers not only bring spring flowers but some much needed rain to our rivers. Most rivers systems have felt the recent down pours and have risen somewhat.
Before we get into the fishing we would like to throw a quick THANK YOU to all of those that showed up for the annual Fraser River Clean Up back on ...continue →
Hi and welcome to the GRFA fishing report updated on the 3rd of March.
Days are getting longer and warmer weather is right around the corner. It’s time to dust off your fishing tackle and get ready as Spring is in the air and with it fishing opportunities!! STURGEON:continue →
Fishing has been very good for sturgeon on the Fraser lately. Good numbers of smaller fish are the norm, however we are seeing ...
Hi and welcome to the GRFA fishing report updated on the 16th of February.
Fishing opportunities are starting to get better and better as we move towards “late” winter. The weather last week was ultra-rainy and it did blow out all of the smaller streams, however, with the rain finally subsiding and temperatures dropping a little all rivers are once again in prime shape.
STURGEON: With winter upon us the sturgeon have moved ...continue →
Hi and welcome to the GRFA fishing report updated on the 20th of January 2018.
The last few weeks found us locked down with repeated ice/snow storms and frigid temperatures. Now that the temperatures have stabilized and warmed up a little it’s time to head back out to the river for some typical mid winter fishing. Here’s the gist as to what’s happening.
Fishing has actually been quite decent for these ...
Hi and welcome to the GRFA fishing report updated on the 22nd of December 2017.
With the advent of the very busy holiday season upon us, we would like to take a moment and reflect on the year that was… 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 footer after years of chasing Dino’s and ...continue →
Hi and welcome to the GRFA fishing report updated on the 26th of November 2017.
Wow! What a wild weather ride we’ve been on. From a freezing cold snap to warm and wet… and we mean wet. The last week has seen in excess of 300 MM of rain!! This has all the rivers swollen to their capacities at the moment. Although this doesn’t affect the sturgeon fishing, we simply adjust ...continue →
Hi and welcome to the GRFA fishing report updated on the 3rd of November 2017.
Winter arrived early this past week and temperatures have dropped dramatically in the last 2 days. Do not despair the weathermen promise us another warming trend toward the middle of next week and we’re looking forward to temperatures normalizing. November can really be a sleeper month to fishermen in the Fraser Valley. Traditionally the sturgeon fishing ...continue →
Hi and welcome to the GRFA fishing report updated on the 20th of October 2017.
The rains we have needed for months have finally arrived!! Although they’re late, we’ll take what we can get. The rivers are finally up and with the extra water in the systems the salmon have followed suit. Last week saw a good push of Chum salmon throughout the Fraser and Harrison Rivers as well as all the ...continue →
Hi and welcome to the GRFA fishing report updated on the 3rd of October 2017.
October is upon us, or as we like to say R’October, this is “the” time of year to get out on the water and enjoy the bounty that Mother Nature provides us every fall. With salmon and sturgeon available at our doorsteps here’s the low down on what’s happening out there…
The Fraser River and all its ...continue →
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