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Archives for January 2022

We’re Hiring – All Guiding Positions – Saltwater, Sturgeon + River.

Pacific Angler Fishing Guides  Job Title:  Fishing Guide Location:  Vancouver, BC + Surrounding Job Type:  Full-time + Part-time – Saltwater, Sturgeon and River guides To Apply:  Email your resume to Pacific Angler’s Guide Operations Manager Lee– lee@pacificangler.ca or submit in person at Pacific Anger – 78 East Broadway Vancouver BC.  About us. Pacific Angler is Vancouver’s leading fishing…

Pacific Angler Friday Fishing Report: January 21, 2022

OUTLOOK  Things are looking up.  The weather looks great for the weekend.  Snow is melting in the upper reaches of river systems and with dry weather we might see the Vedder/Chilliwack come into shape.  Taylor has details on this system in the river section of the report.  It is nowhere close to a sure thing, but conditions should become more favourable this week.  We have heard the odd report of steelhead but as many…

Pacific Angler Friday Fishing Report: January 7, 2022

OUTLOOK  It has been an interesting week of weather again in BC.  With snow, rain and everything in between, we have not had many folks heading out on the water.  Things are looking up though and we will see a warming trend with above freezing temperatures along with some rain.  For some systems like the Squamish, we want the rain and warmth.  With current river…