Pacific Angler’s Friday Fishing Report: September 26th, 2014

Discussion in '2015 Saltwater Fishing Reports' started by Urban Angler, Sep 26, 2014.

  1. Urban Angler

    Urban Angler Member

    Outlook

    We are extremely excited about the weather this week. The heavy rain degraded the clarity on a number of our local rivers during the mid week down pour. The water should be running clear by the weekend on most streams in the Fraser Valley. We still consider it early for the Squamish system which will need cold weather to drop back down into fishing shape. The blast of rain run-off should help to kick off salmon fishing in the Chilliwack, Harrison and Stave systems. Watch the river levels and check out the river reports below for more details. Andre has brought in his first batch of fall coho patterns and they are already flying off the board!

    Saltwater anglers, have no fear! The Capilano was only flowing high for a brief period of time on Wednesday evening. This will hopefully move some of the stale fish up the river and make way for more waves of fresh chinook. It will be interesting to see what reports come in over the weekend. Check out the saltwater section for more details.

    With salmon season getting started we have a number of great courses that still have a few spots available. They are specifically designed to get you on the water and teach you how to fly fish and gear fish for salmon. The details are below.

    Once again, we are excited to be offering drifts on the Squamish, and we are waiting for the river to come down to start booking dates. Watch your emails for more details next week and we can expect great fishing from about the 10th of October till late November

    The forecast calls for a dry weekend, brief rains on Monday, and then returning to warm temperatures and sun next week. Should be a good week to go fishing!

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