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Vancouver Salmon Fishing Update, Monday February 4th

Eddie and Jason were out this past week in search of winter chinook salmon in the Vancouver harbour.  Unfortunately, the local Vancouver salmon fishing has remained tough.  While both Eddie and Jason fished extremely hard they returned to the dock with little to show.  Fortunately, the crabbing is picking up.  A big pull of crabs is always a great way to end the day.

It will be a matter of time until the local Vancouver salmon fishing starts to pick up.  Hopefully, with some great tides this week and stable weather the fishing will turn around.

The Vancouver weather forecast is calling for cloudy and rainy conditions all this week.  Not a big surprise for Vancouver in February.  The daily temperatures are quick mild with daily highs ranging from 6 to 8 degrees Celsius and daily lows ranging from 2 to 6 degrees Celsius.  The tides for this week are looking perfect for either a 5 HR or 8 HR charter starting at 8:00 AM.

If you have questions or would like to get out on the water to experience the true West Coast please contact Dave Fauquier, Pacific Angler’s dedicated booking manager.  The very first BC Family Day is coming up as well.  The staff at Pacific Angler have dubbed it BC Fishing Day!

Happy Fishing!