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Fishing this past week has remained steady with some great opportunities for the first ever BC Family Day long weekend, which we have renamed BC Fishing Day. Because you can bet we are all going to take advantage of having the store closed on monday. The question will be where?

It looks like we are going to get a break from the rain this weekend as the NW winds move in and push the clouds out. The Vancouver weather forecast is calling for a mixture of sun and cloud on Friday, cloudy conditions on Saturday and Monday, and sunny conditions on Sunday. You can expect the daily high temperatures range from 6 to 8 degrees Celsius and daily low temperatures to range from 0 to 3 degrees Celsius.

The river fishing should be pretty good this weekend as the rivers received a bump of rain mid week. That will keep the steelhead moving in to most systems and stir up some of the older fish that came in earlier in the season. It should also move some eggs around if you want to head out and do some nymphing for bulltrout/Dolly Varden. There is also a few cutthroat trout being caught in the Harrison and the Stave.

A beautiful cutthroat trout

So if you add it all up there is actually quite a bit of opportunity. Steelhead and cutthroat in the Fraser Valley and some bulltrout/Dolly Varden in Sea-to-Sky Corridor. So get out there and enjoy all the fishing opportunities this weekend!

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