Consistent has been the word that best describes this years winter chinook season. When the weather has permitted anglers usually find fish but we have not had any epic reports. Anglers have been finding fish in the harbor, up Howe Sound, down towards the mouth of the Fraser and across the straight but no spot has been a go to “hot spot”.
Minus a little rain, the <a href=”http://weather.gc.ca/marine/forecast_e.html?mapID=02&siteID=14305″>marine forecast</a> looks good for fishing Friday with high slack tides early. Tomorrow and Sunday may see some wind but it is suppose to calm down for Monday with a 9 am morning slack tide.
Historically the best fishing is still ahead of us so we are looking forward to seeing how the winter chinook fishing will fair into March.
Good Luck out on the Water and call in any hot reports!
If you would like to get out on the water and enjoy the sun and some tasty winter chinook this week, give us a call at 778-788-8582.
Or for any questions on the report call Pacific Angler at 604-872-2204.