The weather this past week has been very typical for late may in the lower mainland. The blast of summer weather we experienced earlier in the month has made way for more seasonal conditions.
We are getting very close to beach fishing for coho. We have already seen a few anglers trying their luck at Ambleside. We havenít heard any positive reports yet, but that should soon change. In preparation for this challenging and rewarding fishery, we are offering two specific beach courses, a
Fly Tyingcourse and a techniques course that are designed to teach you everything you need to know to be a successful fly angler on our local beaches. Details belowÖÖ.
Lake fishing has been steady in various areas across the interior. Many of the Caribou lakes are starting to fish well. The lakes in the Whistler/Pemberton corridor have also been producing well. The lower mainland lakes usually remain productive until the end of June depending on the weather.
Saltwater fishing has been great this past week. Thrasher, Entrance Island, and Five Fingers have been the hot spots. The Hump off south Bowen has really slowed down in the last ten days.
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