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Hey ntaggart


You could try the Mouth of the Stave right out at the Fraser or under the bridges

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On the stave it is tidal from the train bridge down. On the Fraser it is the hwy bridge down that is tidal. There is some nice spots on the non-tidal fraser just up stream from the bridge on the Abby side. There is also a nice spot across from the info centre on hwy 7 in Mission(east side). There is a pull out and a trail to the river. I have found that this year there seems to be more fish around on the low tide.
 

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Hey nofishfisherman

The Fraser is tidal below the Mission bridge and the Stave is Tidal below the Rail bridge,and freshwater above it

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flyguy said:
On the stave it is tidal from the train bridge down. On the Fraser it is the hwy bridge down that is tidal. There is some nice spots on the non-tidal fraser just up stream from the bridge on the Abby side. There is also a nice spot across from the info centre on hwy 7 in Mission(east side). There is a pull out and a trail to the river. I have found that this year there seems to be more fish around on the low tide.
I am going to give the Abby side a try, thanks.
 

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flyguy said:
On the stave it is tidal from the train bridge down. On the Fraser it is the hwy bridge down that is tidal. .........
The Fraser tidal boundry is the RAILWAY BRIDGE not the highway bridge :naughty:........................From theB.C freshwater regs:TIDAL BOUNDARIES ON
RIVERS IN REGION 2
Note: Provincial freshwater regulations
apply above these boundaries and
Federal tidal regulations apply below
these boundaries:
Brunette R.: Burlington Northern
Railway Bridge
Campbell R.: Burlington Northern
Railway Bridge
Capilano R.: CN Railway Bridge
Coquitlam R.: Mary Hill Bypass Bridge
Fraser R.: CPR Bridge at Mission
Kanaka Cr.: CPR Bridge
Nathan Cr.: CN Railway Bridge
Nicomekl R.: Burlington Northern
Railway Bridge
Pitt R.: CPR Bridge.............Fromthe D.F.O notices for the non-tidal Fraser....Fraser River Salmon closures are being considered from early September to mid-October to protect co-migrating Upper Fraser and Thompson River coho. Please contact your local DFO office for details.
From the downstream side of the CPR Bridge at Mission upstream to the Alexandra Bridge, except Landstrom Bar (described below) which is closed from May 1 to Oct. 31. All Jul 01 - Dec 31 Daylight hours only
Coho Mid Oct - Dec 31 Opportunities expected.
Chum Jan 01 - Dec 31 2 per day.
Chinook May 01 - Aug 31 4 per day, only 1 over 50 cm.
Sep 01 - Dec 31 4 per day, only 1 over 62 cm.
Pink Jan 01- Dec 31 2 per day.
Sockeye Aug Opportunities expected .............please be sure of your info before passing it on.Even better,check the regs yourself before you go fishing ! :beerchug:
 
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