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Pacific Angler Friday Fishing Report: June 24, 2022
« on: June 24, 2022, 05:49:04 PM »

OUTLOOK

Summer is here and is looks like she is going to teach Spring a lesson about what an epic weekend should look like. If the weather man gets it right, we will see high 20s Saturday through Monday and we hope everyone can take advantage of it and get out enjoy mother nature.   

With the warmth, things are going to change in the fishing world. We expect good lake fishing this weekend but if this trend of warmer weather sticks around we can expect lake water to warm up and trout fishing to slow. We take a look at our local lakes below because we probably only have a couple weeks left of low water temps and good fishing but there are still lots of cool fisheries like carp and bass to check out if you want to get out on a local lake. 

Sterling has an Interior Lakes update where the warmth will not play too much into things right now but will change things over the next couple weeks. 

On the saltwater front, we are hearing more consistent coho reports so it is well worth getting out. Jason has an update on what is going on there and another saltwater fishery to start looking at are the beach fisheries around the harbour. We have seen high levels on the Capilano over the spring due to the extended run off but with more heat it is time to at least start scouting the beach fisheries. Jordan has some details on how you can get out with a fly rod or spinning rod in this challenging but easily accessed fishery. 

Gavin has a fun fishery that he likes to tackle and its a little different. We have talked about crabbing before but never shore crabbing without a trap. Its quite fun to break out the waders, polarized sunglasses and a long handle net to stalk the shallows for crabs.  All size, licensing and limit regulations still apply but it is something that everyone can have fun with when out on the beach. Gavin has details and some tips on how to do it below. 

Matt has a little water update on what is going on the major flows because many fisheries will hinge on this over the next 2 months. 

Last, but not least, were looking ahead to next weekend and wanted to let everyone know we will be OPEN on Friday July 1 from 10AM 7PM, so you can get stocked up for all of your Canada Day Long Weekend fishing adventures.

Check out this week's full report here:  https://www.pacificangler.ca/pacific-angler-friday-fishing-report-june-24-2022/
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