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Of course were ever it is open first. I've fished as a kid in Derby Reach in Fort Langley off logging booms. You just wait till high tide is rising and you can see thousand approach in a bubbling cloud. Probably not a great idea on the booms though.
 

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You could also go to Cates Park in North Van, near Deep Cove. There were lots jumping last night. I got there at around 7:30PM and it seemed like I just missed the 'from shore' chance. The guys in the boats about 50 to 100 metres out did pretty well though. So did the seals.
 

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I think that low tide is best at Cates, as you can get closer to the fish. There seem to be a number of Coho in the mix as well. At high tide, you're right, they're just beyond your reach.
 

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The pinks are still at Cates. I went there today and fished from my belly boat. Managed to hook into 5 and lost em all. If your going from shore, low tide is definetly the time. If you go when the tides higher your less likely to get any as the fish are too far out. Should you go, be patient. These fish have had alot thrown at them this week so its pretty slow.

-Cap Mano
 

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any day now the entire Fraser river will offer pink salmon fishing. You can access it off of any of the "River roads" along both the North and South arm's of the river and all through Langley and Maple Ridge. Lots of places just a matter of getting a road map and see where it runs along the river.
 
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