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hey! I just moved to Burnaby and I want to go fish a beach somewhere. From what I hear, Ill probably only catch dogfish (sharks, bulls etc.) but I just wanna give it a shot.

What beach do you guys recommend??

what should I use?

I have tons of saltwater gear, but not sure if I should use bait or lures. If the answers is: lures - Any suggestions???

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You're right there are no Salmon within casting distance, or very few I have at times caught small Coho off Ambleside in late April into May there's a run of tiny fish that return at that time.

So head down to Ambleside and fire away!

Small spoons/spinners is the way to go but with the big tides we're having be careful don't head out to the bar @ the mouth of the Cap because by the time you realise the tide has turned/you're cut off you'll have to swim back. ::)
 

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One of my friends very often fishing from the rocks next to Maritime Museum.
Most of the time he catch some dogfish. He use shrimp for bait.

Good luck,

B.
 

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Late June-July, casting 1" pink Buzz-Bomb from the shore of Cates Park in North Vancouver is very popular for pink salmon.
There will be a good pink run this year.
 

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Dogbreath said:
You're right there are no Salmon within casting distance, or very few I have at times caught small Coho off Ambleside in late April into May there's a run of tiny fish that return at that time.

So head down to Ambleside and fire away!

Small spoons/spinners is the way to go but with the big tides we're having be careful don't head out to the bar @ the mouth of the Cap because by the time you realise the tide has turned/you're cut off you'll have to swim back. ::)
And the seawall in stanley park as well with the same gear mentioned above!

C.K.
 
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