I need a lttle help

Discussion in 'Freshwater Fishing Forum' started by Bandit, Mar 28, 2020.

  1. Bandit

    Bandit New Member

    I want to go out fishing on a stream or river or creek the next 2 weeks here in the OKANAGAN what means i am reasy even to drive 150 to 200 km when necessary... please what river or stream should I chose, what equipment I need and what specific fish can I fish
  2. Old Blue

    Old Blue Active Member

    Check the regulations.
  3. Dogbreath

    Dogbreath Well-Known Member

    Is there a local tackle shop you could ask?
  4. tubber

    tubber Well-Known Member

    https://troutwaters.ca/ in Kelowna has very knowledgable staff
    Surplus Herby's in Vernon is pretty good if you talk to the right staff
  5. Bandit

    Bandit New Member

    Many thanks of your help
  6. Bandit

    Bandit New Member

    Yes there is.. I will go and ask them, many thanks of your help
  7. Bandit

    Bandit New Member

    Many thanks of your help, yes I will go there I know where troutwaters are located.
  8. Damien

    Damien Well-Known Member

    Are you looking particularly for streams?

    Some easier to reach locations is to google map where streams enter Okanagan lake and fish from shore.

    You can bait fish or toss spoons like crocs, look for where the colour of the water changes (IE depth and bottom composition changes) and try there.

    Pro-Tip, try around the log booms out towards Bear Creek.

    There are some beautiful little lakes up hwy 33 to explore. I would do my best to get my hands on a cheap kayak, pontoon or float tube for ice off to open up your options.

    I second what others have said, hit Trout Waters, spend a bit of money and cut the learning curve WAY down with good advice.
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  9. kingblazer84

    kingblazer84 Well-Known Member

    trout waters is closed to the public only phone calls... as for streams or rivers you could try trepanier creek that flows into okanagan lake it produces big bows sometimes as they spawn up there as well. lake wise you could do shannon lake they are hitting that lately and having good success with larger rainbows 2lb plus sometimes even the odd 5+lb comes out of there, other mountain lakes are still frozen prob as the weather is still happening up top.

    As for gear, fly gear (leeches, boatman, spratley etc) all produce well. small lyman plugs, weegee spoons, dick nite spoons etc.
  10. Fisher_dude

    Fisher_dude Well-Known Member

    Most creeks are closed but there are some exceptions. Check the regs.
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  11. Bandit

    Bandit New Member

    Sorry of my late and very delayed answer...
    Many thanks of your answer really appreciate and very helpful
    Take good care
  12. chromatose007

    chromatose007 Active Member

    Not much in the way of decent river fishing until July/August. Rivers are usually too high and water temps not conducive. Lakes are you best bet through to July currently. Gl, Maybe see you out there...
  13. Bandit

    Bandit New Member

    Many thanks of your answer really appreciate...
    Very helpful
    Take care

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