Pacific Angler’s Friday Fishing Report: October 3rd, 2014

Discussion in '2015 Saltwater Fishing Reports' started by Urban Angler, Oct 3, 2014.

  1. Urban Angler

    Urban Angler Member


    It has been a beautiful start to Autumn here in the Lower Mainland. The rain earlier in the week has made way for blue bird skies and cold crisp mornings. Freshwater salmon season is upon us, and some rivers are already fishing well. While some of the rivers in the Fraser Valley are already producing fish, the Sea-to-Sky corridor has not quite started yet. Be prepared for clear water conditions as the dry and colder weather persists.

    Lake reports have been mixed. We have heard good reports from the Cariboo region and slow reports from Merrit over the past week.

    Saltwater fishing has been on and off, but overall, it has been quite good. The mouth of the Capilano is still producing some nice fish, and with very little rain in the forecast, we should see some more good fishing into October. The South Arm is another good bet for both chinook and coho over the next couple weeks.

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