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Tips and Tech: Springtime River Fishing
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Taking Advantage of Forgotten Waters By Garry Elgear Originally published in “Tips and Tech” May 2011 issue of BC Outdoors magazine. For most fishermen in this province the harsh weather and cold fronts can be a real deterrent during the winter months. Only truly die-hard anglers will brave the rain, […]

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Fly-tying: Mass Production
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Using Weight Creatively for Sinking Flies by Phil Rowley Originally published in “Fly-Tying” May 2011 issue of BC Outdoors magazine. It has been said that trout spend up to 90% of their time feeding beneath the surface, often just above the bottom. With this fact in mind it only makes […]

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Cooking Rough: Trout with Fiddleheads
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Eating Within the 100 Mile Diet Never Tasted so Good by Linda Gabris Originally published in “Cooking Rough” May 2011 issue of BC Outdoors magazine. Now here’s a meal that makes the “100-Mile Diet” – the commitment to eating local food grown within 100 miles of home – very appealing. The […]

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CURRENT ISSUE

Aaron Goodis tells Tails of the Thompson, get a Sneak Peek of the Feature From the 2014 March/April Issue
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Tails of the Thompson by Aaron Goodis. Originally published in the 2014 March/April issue of BC Outdoors magazine. I might even go as far as to say the Thompson is my second home. Those who have fished along the Thompson’s banks know exactly what I mean. When writing about this […]

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GEAR REVIEWS

River Hawk Boats, Sea Hawk Pro
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River Hawk Boats, Sea Hawk Pro BOAT SPECS Length – 22’ Beam – 102” Bottom Width – 84” Transom Height – 25” Max Horsepower – 500 Base Price -$58,118. Coming from a strong background in racing performance jet boats, it’s no wonder that the owners of River Hawk Boats know […]

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Campion Boats 682SC BRA
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Campion Boats 682SC BRA BOAT SPECS Campion is another Canadian boat builder and they boast the best selection of any North American manufacturer with 37 models and 48 variations to choose from. Long respected for the responsiveness, speed and fuel economy of their hulls, Campion is relentless in their quest […]

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Grady White Fisherman 230
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Grady White Fisherman 230   BOAT SPECS Length – 22’8” Beam – 8’6” Max Horsepower – 300 Base Price – $90,000. Grady White Boats is a well-respected company that has been around for 55 years. Quality and excellence in design has led them to be ranked highest in customer satisfaction […]

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FISHING REPORTS

2014 Predictions for the Greatest Sockeye Run in Fraser River History
2014 Predictions for the Greatest Sockeye Run in Fraser River History

Early estimates of up to 72 million sockeye are expected to return to the Fraser River. Mark Hume of the Globe and Mail writes in his article titled “Anticipated salmon run could overwhelm Fraser River this summer, experts say” that the experts, such as Mr. Les Jantz, DFO’s acting director […]

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DFO posts 2014 Management Measures in Fishery Notice FN0133
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Continued low survival rates and low brood year escapements are considered to be causes of the low numbers of Fraser River spring Chinook expected for 2014. Management Actions include: From March 1 to June 13 in waters near Victoria  between Cadboro Point to Sheringham Point a two per day, wild […]

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Fisheries Notice Reminder: Salmon – Area 29 and Region 2- Fraser River Chinook management to July 15, 2014
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A Reminder About Chinook Retention The Fisheries Notice FN1219 on the DFO website will remind you that… “Area 29 Off Fraser River mouth (29-6,7,9 and 10): Effective 00:01 hours Wednesday, January 1, 2014 until 23:59 hours Wednesday, April 30, 2014 in Subareas 29-6, 29-7, 29-9 and 29-10 the daily limit […]

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RECENT BLOG POSTS

Skagit Lines, Line Weights and Sink Tips
Posted in General By Aaron Goodis
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With all of the different Skagit Spey lines out there, I thought I would try and simplify things a little. These Days Skagit lines come in a lot of different sizes and shapes, here are some of the more common types: Compact Skagit The standard issue, good for most rods […]


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The Hero Shot
Posted in General By Trevor Shpeley
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Should we? And if we should, how should we do it? We have all done it. If you have a fishing rod and a camera you have probably at some point hoisted a fish high and proud for a picture before releasing it back into the water. It’s just a […]


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Get Ready For Steelhead
Posted in General By Aaron Goodis
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A Quick Note On Skagit Spey Skagit Style. The Skagit style of Spey is one of the newer ways of Spey casting and fishing and is definitely the most asked about in fly shops. It’s trendy, it’s maybe easier to learn than some other methods—although that can be argued, and […]


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