Vancouver salmon fishing report
We have had multiple boats out the last few days and fishing has been fantastic! There have been chinook, coho, pinks and chums down at Sandheads, chinook and coho at the T-10 and Bell Buoy, and more chinook and coho at the mouth of the Capilano River. So if you have time for a 5 to 6 hour charter we have had consistent action only 2 minutes from our dock at the Capilano River Mouth, or if you want to make a full day of it, we can get you into some good numbers of fish at the Bell Buoy , T-10 and Sandheads which are 12, 25, and 45 minutes from the dock. Here is the Vancouver salmon fishing report for Sept. 20, 2013We should have about 3 more weeks of good fishing as the last week of September will see lots of chinook and coho show up at the mouth of the Fraser (Sandheads) as well as the mouth of the Capilano. The Capilano fishery will sometimes go as late as the end of October, so we are far from seeing the end of that fishery, and without a doubt, the best days are yet to come. Things should be pretty hot over the next few weeks!
See you on the water or in the shop!
PS If you are heading out on your own boat, the usual glow flashers and anchovies or herring in glow teaser heads have been hot. 35 to 75 on the downriggers off Bell Buoy, T-10 or Sandheads, and 50 to right on the bottom for the Capilano Mouth. Good luck!