Squamish River Fishing Report – Feb 1, 2019

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The rivers are rising today due to the rain we are experiencing , however, that will be short lived. Squamish River Level The weather forecast is for overnight temps in Squamish to drop to -9C (sorry Ontario but that is cold for us!) which will continue through early to mid next week.  That will cause the rivers to drop dramatically … Read More

Squamish River Fishing Report – Jan 21, 2019

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Summary:Low, Clear & Busy Local rivers are all at low winter flows of at or less than 2 meters as you can see from the chart below.  Low and clear means fishing will be very slow.  Water temps are close to freezing.   The metabolic rate in bull trout and rainbow trout are all going to be at minimal levels as … Read More

Squamish and Whistler Fishing Report – Squamish River Watershed Snow-Pillow at All-Time Low

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The following image is from the River Forecast Center – The Squamish river is on track to reach summer flow rates by the first week of June! Currently the Squamish is out.  Do not even bother fishing the main-stem unless you are at a confluence of a tributary stream. Currently the Cheakamus river and Mamquam rivers are flowing at fish-able … Read More

Launch Day!

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Launch Day! Finally! Today is the day! Today is a very big day! We are finally launching our new website and video! I know, I know, the old site was dated (2004-ish) but for those of you who have never put together a website or worked with a company to build such a thing….it takes a long time! You just … Read More

Squamish / Whistler Fishing Report – March 13, 2011

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Updated Mar 13, 2011 Whistler/Squamish Area Lakes: Frozen!Whistler/Squamish Area Rivers: Fishing has been intermittent with the wacky weather we’ve been having. Rivers levels are increasing due to the rain and the higher freezing levels. A warm stretch of weather is coming later in the week which will increase bug and fry activity. We should see a dramatic increase in this … Read More

Enforcement is Up – Know Your Regulations

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Please adhere to the regulations as enforcement is up. I personally have been checked more this year than any other year in my guiding career! Good to see officers out there. There is ZERO retention of ANY wild fish in the Squamish/Cheakamus River systems. To be clear on this, if the water is moving ie a river/stream in Region 2 … Read More

Important Fish and Wildlife Habitat Secured in the Sea to Sky Corridor

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEJanuary 27, 2010 Important Fish and Wildlife Habitat Secured in the Sea to Sky Corridor SQUAMISH, B.C. – The Land Conservancy of BC and the District of Squamish are pleased to announce the protection of over seven hectares of fish and wildlife habitat in the heart of the District of Squamish. Known as the Squamish Mamquam Blind Channel … Read More

Squamish River Chum Retention Opportunity

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Category(s):RECREATIONAL – Salmon Fishery Notice – Fisheries and Oceans Canada Subject: FN0923-RECREATIONAL – Salmon – Region 2 – Squamish River Chum Retention Opportunity Returns of chum salmon to the Squamish River in 2009 are sufficient to provide a retention opportunity on the Squamish River. Effective 00:01 hours November 11, 2009 until 23:59 hours November 29, 2009 in the mainstem of … Read More