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  1. Freshwater General Discussion
    First off let me say hi to all that may read this post. I am writing this post, to clear up some things and to help others understand what is going on with a lot things that are taking place on our rivers, and with a sport that we all say we love. I will start by apologizing for some of are...
  2. Fly Fishing Discussion
    I'm new to using a large arbor fly reel and just had to say how much I really enjoy fishing it. Mine is a Snowbee Geo but the make probably secondary to my point in this post. Being able to catch up to a crazy coho that runs at break-neck speed from 100' out to inshore, goes around behind me...
  3. Freshwater General Discussion
    Photos taken with a Panasonic Lumix DMC TS-1
  4. Environmental, Fishing Politics & Fishery Updates
    I wasnt sure where to post this. It is with a heavy heart that I bring news which you may already be aware of. Bill Otway passed away last night. His family has requested that no flowers be sent but that donations be made to BCWF in Bills honour. Bill was the single most vocal proponent of...
  5. Freshwater General Discussion
    g'day gents. not sure if i should post this here, but what the heck. i recently bought an old reel and wonder if anyone here might know anything about it. the back is stamped ALLCOCK AERIALITE and MADE IN ENGLAND. it's about 4" in diameter and about 2.5" wide. has a butterfly nut to adjust drag...
  6. Freshwater General Discussion
    Hey Guys Hoping to get out on the Harrison to chase some chum in the next few days. I've never drifted maribou jigs in this system before, and was looking for some advice on where to start out, and the technique to use. I have a boat, so moving around isn't a problem. Feel free to PM me if you...
  7. Freshwater Professional Reports
    Yesterday at the vedder river at Borden Creek just above thurston Meadows me and my friend accidently in a rush forgot both of our rods. One was a shimano convergence matched with a Shimano Calcuta and the other was a Shimano Convergence matched with a Black 4" Hardy Conquest Center pin. Both we...
  8. Freshwater General Discussion
    Yesterday at the vedder river at Borden Creek just above thurston Meadows me and my friend accidently in a rush forgot both of our rods. One was a shimano convergence matched with a Shimano Calcuta and the other was a Shimano Convergence matched with a Black 4" Hardy Conquest Center pin. Both we...
  9. Site Features, News & Issue Information
    Yesterday at the vedder river at Borden Creek just above thurston Meadows me and my friend accidently in a rush forgot both of our rods. One was a shimano convergence matched with a Shimano Calcuta and the other was a Shimano Convergence matched with a Black 4" Hardy Conquest Center pin. Both we...
  10. Freshwater General Discussion
    I was out fishing yesterday and caught a nice chinook . It was still a very clean fish but when i landed it man was it nasty on one side of its head and part of its face. now i have fished almost my whole life and seen alot of fish mangled from this or that , meat falling off from decay so on...
  11. Region 2 - Reports
    So got out pretty early, on the river by 0645, would have like to been earlier but had to stop at bank and gas station on the way...anyways, i started below Tamahi, Boulders?, not too sure of the exact name, worked that area up and down for about one KM, with roe, wool, blades for about 2...
  12. Contributer Discussions
    I can't wax as poetically as Ribwart, Fishortho and others so foregive me (and my lack of spell check). Out Saturday A.M. the concert beacons (headlamps and flashlights lifted and lighted the trail), marking the meat/honey holes; no fires so I guess the camping was at a minimum. Worked my way...
  13. Freshwater General Discussion
    Just thought I'd post this as a reminder to all to be careful out there! On Saturday, I decided to visit some familiar spots along the Squamish north of Ashlu. The torrential rains of last week sure brought the river up to incredible heights - the brush along the banks was stained with silt at...
  14. Freshwater General Discussion
    I recently read a post that referred to someone being "lowholed" on the Vedder and it got me thinking about how I feel about this and what other people might think. Here's my position: On the Vedder in the fall almost no ones moves. I realize that rotational angling is the proper way to go...
  15. Saltwater General Discussion
    Hey everyone, I have started a new website titled, http://fishingtrader.ca I would love to get some feedback and suggestions to make it better. Please feel free to sign up and post a classified as it id free right now, cheers. :) Comment thread here...
  16. Freshwater General Discussion
    Hey everyone, I have started a new website titled, http://fishingtrader.ca I would love to get some feedback and suggestions to make it better. Please feel free to sign up and post a classified as it id free right now, cheers. :)
  17. Region 5 - Reports
    Was out with my son visiting grandpa in Nazko, and decide to try our luck on Marmot Lake. The sun was shining brightly, a slight ripple across the water from a nice breeze and fish showing all along the rushes and plant life, to about 20 or 30 ft out. My 6 yr old son went with the traditional...
  18. Freshwater General Discussion
    Here is the question that I post to you all: If you are anchored in an area with a few other boats, sturgeon fishing of course, do you pull anchor and move if another boat is chasing a fish headed your way? That being said, here is why I ask: Yesterday, I hooked a really good fish, saw it a few...
  19. Saltwater General Discussion
    Just wondering if there is or could be an easy way for fisherpeople (PC enough) to send and receive fishing reports while on the water. Like a BCFR app stricly for on the water reports where you could post where and when and how you are catching fish while on the water when you need it most...
  20. Freshwater General Discussion
    Most falls I find myself fishing the Fraser Tributaries (Vedder, Harrison-Chehalis). After frequent summer excursions to different locations on the Fraser for sockeye this past summer, I wondered to myself, "What does salmon fishing look like here after the fall closing when the Fraser opens...
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