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Vancouver Friday Fishing Report, December 28th

Pacific Angler Outlook: Well, the world didn’t end so it’s been a pretty good week. And oh yeah, some fish have been caught as well. Boxing Day is traditionally the true start of steelhead season and this fishery will be taking the limelight in our fishing reports over the next two months. We have had some great reports, so check out the river reports and the Pro Tip of the week below. Winter Springs are also a hot topic this time of year for the saltwater angler. We have heard of some of the first good local saltwater salmon reports for winter chinook. Jason Tonelli will discuss this fishery in-depth in the Saltwater Report below. Other fisheries to pay attention to will be the trout…

Vancouver Friday Fishing Report, November 23rd 2012

Pacific Angler Outlook:  Things are winding down for this year’s salmon season but there are still lots of opportunities to get out for one last kick at the can. We have had a number of great late season reports.  With the warm, wet weather we figure you have another week or two of good salmon fishing. We are also eagerly awaiting the first local steelhead reports. Dimitri will be out looking for his first winter steelhead of the year in the coming weeks. The Thompson is open and since opening day there has been lots of anglers and decent numbers of fish hooked on gear and some on the fly. Dave is up there right now, Spey rod in hand, so if you want an…

Join Pacific Angler on a trip to Cayo Romano, Cuba NEW DATES!

 NEW DATES AVAILABLE – MARCH 9th to 16th! Pacific Angler is heading to Cuba for our 3rd Annual Cayo Romano Adventure and you are invited! The May trip sold out in a flash so we have added a second trip due to popular demand, March 9th to 16th. We have been to this location the last 2 years in March and the bone fishing and permit fishing is excellent! Pacific Angler and our guests had an amazing trip in March of 2012. For a detailed summary click on Cayo Romano 2012. Our guests were able to consistently hook into large bone fish. Some were even able to hook into that very illusive first permit. If you would like to join Pacific Angler for 2013 then…

Friday Fishing Report Sept 21st

Pacific Angler Outlook I can’t believe that September is almost over. It looks like Mother Nature can’t believe it either because she keeps delivering amazing summer weather. Since August 1st, only 5.9 mm of rain has fallen in Vancouver. Normally, 92.6 mm would fall through August and September. The Vancouver forecast is calling for a small system to move through today. The ridge of high pressure that has brought all the warm dry weather will start to break down on Sunday and some areas may see showers Monday but temperatures will remain seasonal and dry throughout next week. This weather trend is playing havoc with a number of fisheries around the lower mainland, particularly the river fisheries and we do not expect this forecast to…

Vancouver Friday Fishing Report, June 22

Pacific Angler Outlook It looks as though summer weather is just around the corner. The 14 day trend is calling for above average temperatures latter in the month and though we have been complaining bitterly about the lack luster spring, look for the silver lining. Historically this has been the time when lake fishing has slowed but with the colder than average temperatures we can expect great lake fishing right through July.  This week we will see a mix of rain and sun with temperatures rising. Vancouver Forecast and Kamloops Forecast Please read below for the marine forecast. This is a great resource to check the conditions before you head out on the salt chuck. Environment Canada – Georgia Basin Marine Report Marine Forecast: The…

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