Hi and welcome to the GRFA fishing report updated on the 13th of July 2017.
Another hot week, both in weather and fish. Here’s what’s happening on the fishing front for us…
The Fraser’s water levels are still dropping fast but has tapered off a bit from the last few weeks. This gets the fish more spread out but they still seem to be clustered in groups. What this mean to the ...
Hi and welcome to the GRFA fishing report updated on the 7th of July 2017.
The weather has been hot and the fishing very pleasurable. Here’s what’s happening on the fishing front for us…
The fishing has been steady with a very healthy up-tick on bigger fish, seeing plenty of fish that get the blood boiling. The Fraser River has crested and is starting its slow decent. This opens more water ...
Hi and welcome to the GRFA fishing report updated on the 29th of June 2017.
Well summer is on it’s way and we’re really starting to feel the heat. Here’s what’s happening on the fishing front for us…
The Fraser River has crested and is starting its slow decent. This opens more water to fish, as the currents subside we can anchor in more and different spots. This also gets the fish ...continue →
|Hi and welcome to the GRFA fishing report updated on the 4th of June 2017.
Summer is quickly approaching and with it, new fishing opportunities to satisfy the most hardened and ardent angler. Here’s what’s been happening and a few things coming up…
The Fraser River water levels have bumped up dramatically in the last week. There is allot of debris coming down now and anyone angling from an anchored boat ...
Hi and welcome to the GRFA fishing report updated on the 9th of May 2017.
Spring is here!! And with it a new advent of fishing opportunities to tickle and satisfy the most hardened and ardent angler. Here’s what’s been happening and a few things coming up…
The Fraser has bumped up with the start spring freshet and the fish have spread out a little. Typically we’ll have a few days ...
Hi and welcome to the GRFA fishing report updated on the 15th of April 2017.
The torrential rain falls have decreased the last few days and the rivers are on the drop and most are in prime shape now. This should only help the fishing, dropping river equals grabby fish, doesn’t matter the species. It’s time to dust off the rods and get on the water.
Our charters last week had some fantastic action with multiple double and triple headers reported ...
Hi and welcome to the GRFA fishing report updated on the 16th of March 2017.
Winter rains continue to play havoc on water conditions through out the Fraser Valley.The last few days have taken our pristine clear running streams and rivers and turned them the color of cement. Every system has peaked dramatically, even the Fraser has come up hard. Prior to this insurgence of water the fishing was really getting going ...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 →
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 →
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