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Vancouver Fishing Report for July 5th

Vancouver Salmon Fishing
The Vancouver saltwater fishery has been fair over the past week. Due to unfavorable water conditions throughout Vancouver harbour, most of efforts have been focused towards the Gulf Islands fishery. We have been averaging 6-8 Chinook hookups on our 10 hour charters, with fish ranging from 10-25 pounds. Most our fish have been taken on anchovies in a green/glow teaser head with a 66” leader connected to a green hot spot flasher. Depths this week have averaged between 90-140ft.

Fraser River Sturgeon Fishing
The Fraser River sturgeon fishery has been fair to tough this past week. Water conditions are unfavorably high with plenty of debris. We are working hard for our fish but our hard work has usually been paying off. There has been some bigger fish taken in the last few days, with one reaching 7’7”. Our baits of choice this week have been Lamprey Eels and Eulochons. Once the water levels start to stabilize we will see some more productive fishing.

Pitt River Fly Fishing
The Upper Pitt River has been fishing well for this time of year. Water conditions have been consistently good, and we have been seeing a few bull trout reaching the 10 pound range, with the average fish being around 3.5. Fly fishing is always our method of choice for fishing the pitt with our best flies right now being egg sucking leeches and larger “flash” flies fished on sink tip lines.

Give us a call at 1-778-389-3474 or send us an email at info@fishinginvancouver.ca
if you would like to inquire about any of these fishing opportunities!

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We support Fish for the Future 2011 and so should you.

Fish for the FutureSince 2003 group of dedicated volunteers have been putting on the annual Fish for the Future event. Their sole goal is to promote sport fishing and other outdoor activities to youth and families in British Columbia. Each year, they invite families across the Metro Vancouver Region to participate in their hands-on activities such as fishing for local fish species, fly casting, fly tying, fish & bugs identification.  This is a great family oriented event that teaches the importance of conservation and respect for the resource. We highly recommend bringing your kids down to meet the volunteers and take part in the activities. We wish the volunteers at Fish for the Future continued success.

Date: Saturday July 9th, 2011
Time: 10:00am – 2:00pm
Location: No. 2 Road Pier, London’s Landing, Steveston

For more information please visit this website: http://www.fishingwithrod.com/fftf/

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BC Outdoors Sport Fishing TV Nominated for 3 Grizzly Awards

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We were really happy when we heard one of our favorite TV shows was up for 3 Grizzly Awards.  Show some love vote for Mike Mitchell and his amazing crew.   Check out their schedule so you can tune in or set your PVR.  Keep up the fine work guys and gals!

http://www.bcoutdoorsmagazine.com/sport-fishing/news-events/2011-news-events/bc-outdoors-sport-fishing-nominated-for-three-grizzly-awards.html

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Happy Canada Day from Streamline Guiding!

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Fraser River Sturgeon Recipe

Aha!  Gotcha! We are kidding of course…the retention of Fraser River Sturgeon is strictly prohibited and need to be safely released…so now that we’ve got your attention check out one of our favorite Salmon recipes:

Baked Salmon Fillets

12 large spinach leaves
4 salmon fillets approximately 4lbs.
1 tablespoon fresh dill, chopped
Salt & pepper to taste
1 cup cold water
1 1/2 teaspoons butter or margarine, melted
2/3 cup green onions, sliced
1 clove garlic, minced
Preheat oven to 325ºF.

Arrange spinach leaves on the bottom of a 13″x9″ baking dish. Lay salmon on top. Sprinkle salmon with dill, salt and pepper. Mix water and butter or margarine together and pour it over the salmon. Top with green onions and garlic. Cover the baking dish tightly with foil.

Bake for 25 to 30 minutes, or until salmon flakes easily when tested with a fork, basting two or three times. Serve with the spinach and juices.

Serves 8

We hope you enjoy this because we sure did!

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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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