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Old 05-14-2013, 02:06 AM   #1
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Fishing thread

Just out of curiosity, do any of you fish? What were your catches? Any favorite locations you're willing to SHARE? I personally go fishing for the ambiance (dock fishing) ; getting a bite is just a big plus.

With that being said, throughout my "years" of fishing I've caught a 5'' sturgeon @ Fraser River (DW I RELEASED IT), few flounders(?) and "dog sharks" at Ambleside and Jericho and of course the famous bullhead (though I have been seeing a big decrease in them over the past two years..unless i'm unlucky).
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whens the last time you caught a sturgeon at fraser river? and what bait? smellier the better right
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whens the last time you caught a sturgeon at fraser river? and what bait? smellier the better right
Last time was during the summer a year ago @ some dock near New West the Quay. Buddy of mine caught a smaller sized one there also.
My setup was a size 2/0 hook with enough shrimp to cover 1/4 of the hook.
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never done dock fishing before but I fish out in tofino. Lots of rock cods soles flounders bulkheads sting Rays and my fave... Halibut! Caught two last year but no luck on dem halibut so far...
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I fish all the time but have yet to start this season. My friends went bass fishing a week ago and it was very slow. I'll probably try in a couple weeks to see how it is. This was in the Pitt lake area.
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Sturgeon can be had all over but it's much easier in a boat with a depth finder

I plan on doing alot more fishing this year than past, mostly just lake and a little river though
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Sturgeon can be had all over but it's much easier in a boat with a depth finder

I plan on doing alot more fishing this year than past, mostly just lake and a little river though
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Same but only because salmon fishing has become a gong show over the years.
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Fishing is a tough and depend upon luck. You can handle the fishing with patince and tachnique. It is also depend on the experience and practice.
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I used to go to various car-accessible spots in Richmond trying to catch pink salmon.. would see tons of them jumping, but never caught one. Best I did was smelly slimy fish, not sure what it was.

Edit: pretty sure they were pikeminnow
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My fishing is identical to the OP Lol. Ambleside for dog fish and bullshits. I caught two sturgeons on river road in Richmond. There's an area where the river becomes narrow so all the fish are forced closer to you. I just used worms for those catches.
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When I first started fishing it was slow and difficult. However, other anglers were more willing to help a newbie. Now I find with the Internet nobody wants to help each other out in fear of getting place over fished.
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I used to go to various car-accessible spots in Richmond trying to catch pink salmon.. would see tons of them jumping, but never caught one. Best I did was smelly slimy fish, not sure what it was.

Edit: pretty sure they were pikeminnow

When was the last time you tried for pinks?
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What's everyone fishing for since they closed the Fraser? I switched to bass but the horsefly's are becoming to much for me to handle now.
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saveth, where do you go for bass fishing? I've tried out at sturgeon slough with no luck.
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I go to area 51 (katzie marsh) I try to avoid that place in the summer because the black flies are brutal, unless its raining.
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I just started this year, going to some lakes for rainbows.

If my buddies and I like it, we'll probably try out salmon next year.
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