Fraser River Sturgeon/Trout Report
<p>Hello fellow fisher people, I'm Randy Beck of Ultimate Sportfishing Adventures and today we're doing something a little different, instead of writing our weekly fishing report on our blog, we are bringing you our weekly fishing report via our new Gopro camera.
So here it goes, I have 2 rivers to report on today, the first one is the Fraser river, the water conditions have definitely been on the rise this past week making sturgeon fishing a little tougher than it was a couple of weeks ago. We're still getting good daily catches of sturgeon in the 4-7ft range with most of the fish being caught on eulachons and lamprey eels. The majority of the sturgeon caught lately have been from Mission down river to the Fort Langley area.
The second river I have a report from is the Stave river, lots of Cutthroat trout that are gorging on Chum Salmon fry right. Epoxy minnow patterns fished on a sink tip fly line will do the trick. Small spinners such as Hildebrand spoons in brass or silver and #1 Blue Fox spinners have also been producing well. The fish aren't big, but there plenty of great cutthroat fishing to be had over the next few week.
Randy & Trish Beck
Ultimate Sportfishing Adventures
British Columbia, Canada
Fraser River Sturgeon
About The Author: Captain Randy Beck
Company: Ultimate Sportfishing Adventures
Area Reporting: Fraser River/ Fraser Valley
Bio: Owner and Head Fishing guide of Ultimate Sportfishing Adventures in British Columbia, Canada, Randy Beck and his team of 5 professional guides provide angling adventures for Sturgeon, Salmon, Trout and Steelhead on the Fraser River and tributaries.