Vancouver FIshing Report

2012-06-25 22:38:03
Vancouver, British Columbia - Saltwater Fishing Report
Vancouver

We have seen some bigger fish roll in over the last handful off the eastern shoreline of Gabriola. We have fished the Gulf Island's a lot over the last handful of days! Fishing has been pretty solid with some very nice fish up to 25 pounds on our Grady Whites. Saturday was a little on the slow side, but on most other days we were hooking 5 to 10 fish per trip! Not bad at all!

The fish have been primarily off Thrasher Rock on the ebb tide and off the Grande and Waterfall on the flood. Spoons have definately been the ticket over there! The amount of bait over there is very impressive now that the young of the year herring have hatched. Small spoons from 2 to 3 inches have been key!

There has been the odd report of coho salmon along the West Vancouver shoreline. We just need the rain to stop and a bit of snow to melt off the local hills and we will be in business! Hopefully soon we will be fishing 5 minutes from Granville Island or the Westin Bayshore!

Give us a call to book a full day trip to the Gulf Islands! Fishing has been good and the fish are gettting bigger!

Tight lines

Jeff and Jason www.bonchovy.com 604 763 5460 info@bonchovy.com

Fish Species: Chinook and coho salmon
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About The Author: Captain Jeff Copeland

Company: Bon Chovy Fishing Charters

Area Reporting: Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Bio: Bon Chovy Fishing Charter's fully insured and equipped Grady White Sportfishing boat is ideally suited to fish the West Coast waters of British Columbia. Bon Chovy offers fishing charters ranging from 5 hours to 10 hours. Special requests can be accommodated for single-day and multi-day trips to the Gulf Islands. All fishing charters, from the Vancouver Harbour, with Bon Chovy are fully guided. All you need do is bring along something to eat.

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