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The last couple months have been challenging to fish due to the unseasonable stormy weather. I believe we have had 10 intense storms in the last six weeks. Hopefully 2007 starts with calmer seas and some drier skies! We have managed to get out fishing between the rain and wind over the last couple weeks and have been finding some nice winter chinook in our local waters. The majority of the fish we have been landing have been undersized (3-5 pounds), but we have been hooking a legal fish or two on each trip. We have had most of our success around the QB marker in Vancouver Harbour. We have been hitting our fish on green/glow coyote spoons and purple haze hootchies behind flashers. Most fish have been coming right off bottom in 100-120 feet of water. These fish are actively feeding and it is always a good idea to troll a little quicker and cover some ground. Look for bait as well. Crabbing is also starting to get better as the commercial season is now over.

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