FN0865-RECREATIONAL – Salmon Region 2 – Non-Tidal; Zero Retention of Chum Salmon on the Cheakamus, Mamquam, Squamish Rivers Systems

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Category(s):RECREATIONAL – SalmonFishery Notice – Fisheries and Oceans Canada Subject: FN0865-RECREATIONAL – Salmon Region 2 – Non-Tidal; Zero Retention of Chum Salmon on the Cheakamus, Mamquam, Squamish Rivers SystemsEffective 12:00 November 02, 2007 until further notice, the daily limit forchum salmon is zero (0) per day in the Mamquam River, Cheakamus River andSquamish River (including tributaries). The Squamish-Lillooet Sport Fishing … Read More

FN0675-RECREATIONAL – Salmon: Correction to the Web site version of the Region 2 Table for the Cheakamus and Squamish River for Coho and Chum

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FN0675-RECREATIONAL – Salmon: Correction to the Web site version of the Region 2 Table for the Cheakamus and Squamish River for Coho and Chum Category(s): RECREATIONAL – Salmon Fishery Notice – Fisheries and Oceans Canada Subject: FN0675-RECREATIONAL – Salmon: Correction to the Web site version of the Region 2 Table for the Cheakamus and Squamish River for Coho and Chum … Read More

FN0563-Salmon – Region 2 Non-tidal Squamish Area

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RECREATIONAL – SalmonFishery Notice – Fisheries and Oceans Canada Subject: FN0563-Salmon – Region 2 Non-tidal Squamish Area This is a reminder that the daily limit for pink salmon in the Squamish River, Ashlu River, Cheakamus River, Mamquam River, Birkenhead River, Elaho River, Powerhouse Channel and all their tributaries is zero. Pink salmon may not be retained from these systems. This … Read More

Squamish Pinks 2007

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The salmon are late….up to 20 day in some areas…according to guides from Tasis, BC on Vancouver Island to other guide services in the Lower Mainland….but they are showing up. Like other locations in BC, the pinks have arrived in the Squamish river for 2007. In fact, we caught our first fish on the 20th of July, but to our … Read More

Useful Websites to Plan Fishing Trips in BC

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I thought I would lay out some useful websites that I visit on a regular basis to plan fishing trips in BC: Information Gathering Sites Tide Tables: http://www.lau.chs-shc.gc.ca/cgi-bin/tide-shc.cgi?queryType=showRegion&language=english&region=1 River Levels: http://scitech.pyr.ec.gc.ca/waterweb/formnav.asp http://www.fishwizard.com/ – Links to Bathemetric maps of lakes and river as well as species present information http://www.gofishbc.com/ – Fish stocking reports http://maps.google.com/ – How to get there http://earth.google.com – … Read More

Float on Squamish with the New Scadden 16′ Pontoon

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River levels were in perfect condition for the inaugural float of the Squamish River with the new Dave Scadden Mackenzie Drifter X3 16′. The float took about 2.5 hours to get from our starting point to the ending point, about 7 miles of river. Throughout the voyage my passengers, could not help saying “This is awesome!” every turn on the … Read More

Denis’ First Char – Feb 2006 Re-Post

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February 19th, 2006 gets the check mark for the beginning of great char action this season and Denis Landreville from Tremblant Fly Fishing had a chance to experience it first-hand! The day started off slow as to be expected because of the low temperatures, but as the day heated up so did the fly fishing! 11:00 am or thereabouts was … Read More

Becoming an Angling Guide in BC

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To become a Licenced Angling Guide in BC you must:1. Write and Pass an exam to prove your knowledge of the regulations in the region(s) you plan to guide2. Write an Angling Guide Operating Plan (AGOP) 3. Canadian citizen or a permanent resident of Canada (landed immigrant) and is 19 years of age or older (or has attached an exemption … Read More

5th FFC National Fly Fishing Championship

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If you have ever wanted to compete or test your skills among other fine fly fishers, read on: ==========BEGIN====== Ottawa, Ontario, 6 November 2006 — Fly Fishing Canada (FFC) is pleased to announce that the 5th FFC National Fly Fishing Championships and Conservation Symposium (Nationals) will be held on 17-22 September 2007 at Grande Prairie, Alberta. Partners working with FFC … Read More