BC Saltwater Fishing Reports - Late September, 2011
Please read this report for an overall look at what is going on locally and what to expect in the next few weeks.
For a detailed account of where we have been guiding please read the Guide Journal at www.vancouversalmonfishing.ca
The best fishing this time of year is usually at the mouth of the Capilano River and W. Van area for coho and chinook. We have been doing well for chinook with anchovy and herring in teaser heads, 6-8 foot leader, and a glow flasher, all just off the bottom. Most of these big chinook will sit fairly close to the bottom until we get a big dump of rain, then they scoot up the Capilano River. We are seeing lots of coho jumping around as well and are picking up a few on our shallower lines when fishing for chinook. We have a special on right now for guided trips. 5 hour Chinook Trip for 4 anglers for $500.00! Tough to beat that price and the fishery is only 3 minutes from our dock so you get a lot of fishing time in and the fish are big!
For daily reports from our guides, go to www.vancouversalmonfishing.ca and log onto the Guide Journal. Here you will get a first hand look at what is happening out there from the Pacific Angler guides, Eddie, Andrew, Craig, and Jason. If you want to learn more about the local saltwater fishing we have a course for you!
DFO Regulation Update:
For complete regulations and updates in Area 29 go to: http://www.pac.dfo-mpo.gc.ca/recfish/Tidal/area29_e.htm
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