STURGEON FISHING REPORT

Our Sturgeon Fishing Report aims to be your number one resource for the latest up to date water conditions, bait we are using and on the water highlights. Conditions are constantly changing, as such it's always best to keep informed of what's going on before you head out as this enables you to increase your odds of hooking up.

Fraser River Sturgeon Conservation

Fraser River Sturgeon Conservation

“They have outlived the dinosaurs and survived two ice ages, but the Fraser River White sturgeon has almost been wiped out by mankind in the last 100 years.” -Rick Hansen, Chair of the Fraser River Sturgeon Conservation Society Sturgeon have been dated as far back as 65 million years , to when the dinosaurs roamed the Earth. The Fraser River is lucky enough to have some of the largest known populations in North America.. However, sturgeon populations in the Fraser River are not what they used to be , but fortunately conservation efforts are helping the issue.

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Fishing Resolutions

Fishing Resolutions

Yes, it’s July and not the usual time to make resolutions but I don’t believe in New Year’s resolutions. I believe that you can make changes any time of the year. Why wait for some date to get the ball rolling! I’ve been so busy the first months of the year that I’ve only gotten around to thinking about any changes or improvements I can make.  Anyone who knows me knows that I live and breathe fishing. So no one will be surprised that my resolutions are also related to fishing.

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Catch and Release Sturgeon Fishing

Catch and Release Sturgeon Fishing

Sturgeon fishing in BC is entirely catch and release. What does this mean? Well, it means that you won’t be able to take any fish home with you but you still will be able to experience the thrill of the wrestle and the fight with a magnificent sturgeon. This fight can sometimes take up to 2 hours and is definitely the experience of a lifetime! If you are a fishing enthusiast catching a sturgeon should definitely be on your must do list!

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Spring Sturgeon Fishing Special

Spring Sturgeon Fishing Special

It’s a new year and almost time for prime time Sturgeon fishing! The Sturgeon are hungry after the Winter and are ready to feast! During this time double digit days are not uncommon. If you haven’t fished for Sturgeon then you are in for an amazing experience. If you have then you already know how exciting wrestling with this prehistoric giant can be. Imagine reeling in a 6 foot or 7 foot monster. This is entirely possible, and likely! Fully grown, sturgeon can reach lengths of up to 15 feet long and weigh over 1000 pounds. Not only are sturgeon extremely large but also extremely feisty! Catching a sturgeon is likely to be the “ultimate fishing experience” for even the most avid sport fishermen.

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Some Amazing Bald Eagle Facts

Some Amazing Bald Eagle Facts

Bald eagles are one of the most well known and recognizable birds. Not only do they have distinctive coloring, they are have been an emblem of the USA for centuries. We are also very lucky to be able to view one of the largest congregations of bald eagles just outside of Vancouver on the Harrison River. A bald eagle viewing trip is an experience that will be remembered for years to come. In case you wanted to learn more about the bald eagle, read on about these interesting bald eagle facts:

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January Steelhead and Sturgeon

Spring Sturgeon Fishing Special

Well, I must admit I have been a little late getting this fishing blog out.  I have had steelhead on the brain, and that condition can make even the most level headed fisher person lose all rational thought.  I do however hope everyone had a happy and safe holiday season.

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Salmon Fishing on the Fraser is Open

Salmon Fishing on the Fraser is Open

Salmon fishing has reopened after being shut down for a few months. Salmon fishing was shut down by the Department of Fisheries and Oceans over concerns of the low sockeye salmon numbers. The Pacific Salmon Commission recently revised its already low forecast for sockeye numbers from 2.3 million to 1.1 million in the Fraser River, which would be the lowest number since records have been kept.

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The Best Time to Fish for Sturgeon

The Best Time to Fish for Sturgeon

Fishing for sturgeon should be on every angler’s bucket list, and the Fraser River is home to one of the largest populations of sturgeon . Fraser River sturgeon fishing is known to be the best in the world and no other river can compare . It is possible to fish for them yourself with some success, but hiring a local fishing guide will ensure you spend more time fishing than boating. The Fraser is a large river almost 1000 miles long and sturgeon can be found through out most of it’s length, but most fishing for sturgeon is done from the town of Hope down and into the tidal section. A local fishing guide will know the area well and bring you to the best spots for success. Sturgeon are notoriously picky with their food preference, which can change daily, a quality guide is usually in the loop and knows what bait is working best at tat time

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How to Choose a Fishing Guide

How to Choose a Fishing Guide

If you are planning on going on a fishing trip in the near future make sure you go with a fishing guide. It will save you loads of planning and coordination time and also money. In addition, fishing guides fish every day so they will know all the best and secret fishing locations. It will make your trip that much more enjoyable when you can just sit back, relax and fish!

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Interesting White Sturgeon Facts

Big Game Sturgeon Fishing Adventures

Sturgeon are survivors from the dinosaur age and white sturgeons are the ones you will find in the Fraser River.  White sturgeon are among the largest and longest-lived of the many sturgeon species and of freshwater fish in North America. Amazingly, sturgeon have remained virtually unchanged since they first appeared in the fossil record 175 million years ago. White sturgeon are at the top of the Fraser River food chain and one of the few year-round resident species of fish.

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