Fishing with Rod Discussion Forum

Please login or register.

Login with username, password and session length
Advanced search  

Author Topic: Pacific Angler Vancouver Friday Fishing Report, November 2nd  (Read 2236 times)

Pacific Angler

  • Advertiser
  • Sr. Member
  • *****
  • Offline Offline
  • Posts: 467
  • Pacific Angler
    • Pacific Angler
Pacific Angler Vancouver Friday Fishing Report, November 2nd
« on: November 02, 2012, 11:48:27 AM »

Read below for the Pacific Angler Outlook or to view the full Pacific Angler Vancouver Friday Fishing Report signup for the Pacific Angler Newsletter (http://www.pacificangler.ca/bc-fishing-info/vancouver-fishing-news.html)

Other cool stuff to click on:
 - Pacific Angler Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/pages/Pacific-Angler/266622986705806
 - Pacific Angler Blog http://pacificangler.ca/blog/

Vancouver Friday Fishing Report, November 2nd

Pacific Angler Outlook:

Welcome to the Pacific Angler Friday Fishing Report.  We are proud to be your source of fishing information.  As we settle into the true fall season on the West Coast so do the rains.  And as the rain continues to fall, the fall salmon continue to enter our local rivers.

But before we get to the fishing, Pacific Angler would like to recognize Ali Alami, of M1 Innovations, for his initiative in raising money for Operation Smile.  With a little help from the Pac Ang Team and Fishing With Rod, we were able to raise just over $1,500.00 for this great cause.  A big thanks goes out to Ali and all those gracious people who donated their hard earned money to Operation Smile.

Now lets get to the fishing!  The one thing that we need to consider this fall is that all fisheries have been 1 to 2 weeks late.  Pacific Angler guides and staff learned this from guiding in the saltwater everyday from May until October.  I would hazard a guess that we will continue to see exceptional salmon fishing from now until mid November and even towards the end of November.  The great thing about this time of year is that the crowds on the rivers start to dwindle with the cooler and rainier conditions.  The combination of less pressure and fresh salmon entering our watersheds can make for some epic days on the water catching bright coho such as the one below.  This chromer was caught by our good friend Charles while on a guided trip with Pacific Angler head guide, Matt.

If you are new to fishing the West Coast one of the major keys for being successful is being observant of the weather patterns and how it affects each watershed.  For example while one river may be blown out and unfishable another river may be on fire!

The Vancouver weather forecast is calling for rainy conditions from now until Tuesday/Wednesday next week.  Daily average temperatures will range from 9 to 13 degrees Celsius.  It is important to check the River Levels before you head out for your day of fishing and remember that water levels can rise rapidly.

For a detailed look at Vancouverís river fishing and saltwater scene please read the reports below.  This is a special report as Mr. Pacific Angler, Jason Tonelli, is the sole contributor.  If you have any questions do not hesitate to contact our friendly staff @ 604-872-2204 or better yet, drop by Pacific Angler @ 78 East Broadway.
Logged

Vancouver Fishing Store - Pacific Angler
78 East Broadway Vancouver | Toll Free: 1.866.430.2204 | Tel: 604-872-2204 | info@pacificangler.ca