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Pacific Angler Friday Fishing Report: February 19, 2021

OUTLOOK  As we write this report, we are rooting for the weatherman to be right.  He is predicting warmer temps this weekend as well as some rain.  We need to see river levels bump up a bit because they are low right now and fishing has been a challenge.  We have details on both the Squamish and the Vedder river in the river section.   Jason will be…

Pacific Angler Friday Fishing Report: February 12, 2021

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OUTLOOK  Almost every year we see a noticeable cold snap in February across the Lower Mainland.  It is usually caused by Arctic outflows and things get darn “cold”.  All of you easterners can tune in now with your insults about westerners being soft.  This is usually the coldest of our year and it usually represents the low point in the year for fishing.  Rivers drop, water clarity goes gin clear and fish…

Pacific Angler Friday Fishing Report: February 5, 2021


OUTLOOK  Welcome to February!  We are blessed that the Lower Mainland offers 12 months of fishable weather but February is probably one of the more challenging months to get out and hook fish. That said, there are still good options if you like a challenge.   This week we have details on the major river systems and reports continue to be solid when it comes to winter…