Hi and welcome to the GRFA fishing report updated on the 18th of June 2020.
With the official start of summer right around the corner we find ourselves approaching the 3rd phase of the BC Health Office (BCHO) Covid scale down and we are once again open for business! Rest assure that GRFA will be doing all that we can to ensure the safety of our guests. We recognize that this pandemic is still very reel and our actions will determine ...continue →
Hi and welcome to the GRFA fishing report updated on the 22nd of May 2020.
With Covid-19 protocols starting to slacken we are preparing to get back out on the water with clients on a regular basis! As we enter the 2nd phase of BC Health Office’s plan to open up business we find ourselves at the doorstep of our belated season as groups up to 6 are once again allowed. Of course GRFA will be doing all that we can to ...continue →
With the governing powers starting to loosen Covid-19 restrictions in the Fraser Valley we are getting excited to be able to get back out on the water with our guests very soon. Needless to say we have been exercising our social distancing and spending much of our time in self isolation out on the water and the fishing has been quite good. Here’s what going on in our fishing community…
First we want to ensure everyone reading this understands these are guidelines only and are not deemed as rules or law. These are recommendations from Great River Fishing Adventures only and we can only hope that you use these whenever the need arises.
First of all we need to understand that illegal poaching is just that. There are many forms of it but in our area it usually comes in the form of:
- Recreational fishing in a closed area or harvesting the ...
Hi and welcome to the GRFA fishing report updated on the 11th of April 2020.
In these strange times that we are in, with the world seemingly closing around us, it’s nice to know that the great out of doors is still open. It’s up to all of us in the fishing community to try and keep it this way and fish “safe”.
Please ensure that when you are out on the ...continue →
Hi and welcome to the GRFA fishing report updated on the 12th of March 2020.
It’s starting to feel like spring! With the promise of some sunny weather many are looking at getting out on the water and shaking off the cabin fever blues. Here’s what’s going on in the Fraser Valley fishing scene.
Fishing for sturgeon has remained very good as of late. In fact numbers to hand have been very ...
Hi and welcome to the GRFA fishing report updated on the 8th of February.
With one of the wettest January on records behind us we look forward to February and hopefully a little less rain. The weatherman has promised a few days of reprisal from the downpours and rivers will be on the hard drop exposing fishing grounds on their way down. This makes for some excellent conditions. Here’s what’s going on…
Hi and welcome to the GRFA fishing report updated on the 24th of January 2020.
It’s been a wet and cold start to the New Year. With the weather switching from frigid temps and snow to torrential rain downpours most of us have retreated to the comforts of indoors and avoided the wrath of mother nature. With the weather man promising better weather to come its time to dust of the rods and prepare for some angling. Here’s what to expect…
As we draw ever closer to the busy Holiday Season and a New Year we would like to look back on the season that was and reflect back on all the memories and good times that we were once again blessed to be a part of. Getting to share our passion with likeminded people is the greatest perk to our job. Seeing someone light up when they see a sturgeon tug the line or watching someone fight their first salmon ...continue →
Hi and welcome to the GRFA fishing report updated on the 12th of November 2019.
November can really be a sleeper month for the sport angler in the Fraser Valley as angling pressure drops on our rivers and fish numbers remain high. It’s a great time to get out and enjoy our neck of the woods.
Sturgeon fishing remains very good with all the early chum salmon carcasses in the river and a ...continue →
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