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Fraser River Sturgeon!!!

This is just one of many Fraser River Sturgeon caught on this trip.

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Vancouver Fishing Report for September 19, 2011

 

We still have some prime salmon and sturgeon fishing dates available so if you are interested please contact us at info@fishinginvancouver.ca or by telephone at 778-389-FISH. The salmon and sturgeon fishing has been excellent this past week on the Fraser River and it’s tributaries. Despite the poor water clarity in the Fraser River itself, most of our salmon fishing efforts have been focused on the Harrison river and Chilliwack River. Jigs have been our lures of choice for spin fishing, and small pink flies for fly fishing. All clients who have been interested in keeping quotas have done so in the past week, as well as releasing many others.

Sturgeon fishing has been pretty good so far this month, some days are better than others but most 8 hour charters have been putting over 10 Sturgeon to the boat, with our biggest this month measuring out at 8’1”. Fresh pink salmon roe has been our bait of choice!

The Vancouver saltwater fishery has been very productive this past week around the mouth of the Capilano and West Vancouver shoreline. Every charter has been hooking 5-6 chinooks with some cohos and pinks mixed in as well.

Email info@fishinginvancouver.ca or call 778-389-FISH for Salmon and Sturgeon guided fishing trips.

Tight Lines,

Fishing in Vancouver

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Fraser River Sturgeon

Fraser River Sturgeon

Our friends from Germany we lucky enough to hook and land this 7’10” Fraser River Sturgeon. Prime dates still available. Contact us at 778-389-3474 or at info@fishinginvancouver.ca to inquire.

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Maple Salmon Recipe

Here’s a great maple salmon recipe for anyone craving salmon this week!

Maple Salmon Ingredients
1/4 cup maple syrup
2 tablespoons soy sauce
1 clove garlic, minced
1/4 teaspoon garlic salt
1/8 teaspoon ground black pepper
1 pound of wild salmon

Directions
1. In a small bowl, mix the maple syrup, soy sauce, garlic, garlic salt, and pepper.
2. Place salmon in a shallow glass baking dish, and coat with the maple syrup mixture. Cover the dish, and marinate salmon in the refrigerator 30 minutes, turning once.
3. Preheat oven to 400 degrees F (200 degrees C).
4. Place the baking dish in the preheated oven, and bake salmon uncovered 20 minutes, or until easily flaked with a fork.

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Vancouver Fishing Report for July 24th, 2011

We apologize for a lack of reports on our blog lately, we have been extremely busy on the water over the past few weeks.

Vancouver Sturgeon Fishing on the Fraser River has been steady over the past couple weeks. We have been averaging 5-10 sturgeon on each one of our charters. The fish have been mainly ranging in the 3-5 foot mark, with usually 1 over 6 feet on every outing. Our biggest fish this month came yesterday right near the end of the day, taping out at 8’7”. Sturgeon fishing should be expected to remain steady over the next few weeks as the water gradually begins to drop. The Fraser River is now open for the retention of Chinook salmon but due to the high water conditions and poor water clarity, we are not offering Guided trips focused on catching Chinook on the Fraser River.

The Vancouver saltwater salmon fishery has been fairly slow over the past few weeks. Although there are a few Chinook and Coho around Vancouver harbour, our main focus has been around the Gulf Islands. The Gulf Islands is a 10 hour charter and we have been averaging 4-6 legal size Chinook per trip with most being in the 13-17 pound range. The crab fishing has been fairly slow due to the commercial fishery as well.

The Upper Pitt River bull trout fishery has slowed down somewhat from late June and early July, but we are still seeing decent results.  4-7 Bull Trout per trip has been the average lately while fly fishing, spoon fishing will usually generate a bit greater success. On Friday we spoon fished for the last couple hours and caught a few nice bulls and also caught an incidental Chinook salmon which was around 20 pounds.

Stay tuned for more reports as we are on the water everyday this week!

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Streamline Guiding offers sturgeon, salmon and steelhead guided fishing in Vancouver.
To book your trip or learn more about fishing in Vancouver contact us at 778-389-FISH or at info@fishinginvancouver.ca

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