Outlook

The third annual Labour Day Chinook Classic was a success again this year. A big thank you to all our volunteers and congratulations to all our winners! The winning catch was 26.58 lbs which sent Graydon Harris and team home with $25,000. It was a great day on the water raising awareness and funds for Capilano Little Ones School and the Pacific Salmon Foundation. We’ll see you all in 2015.

Sockeye fishing is still fairly productive in both fresh and saltwater. The PA Staff took to the North Arm on Monday for a little sockeye action. We hit a few good flurries of sockeye bites in the morning, and later tried for some chinook off T-10. We missed a few good bites, and to cap off the day Max landed a 16lb chinook.

If you are a river fisherman in the lower mainland, you are more than likely giddy with excitement as we look forward to the fall salmon season. Chinook, coho, and chum salmon will soon return to their natal streams giving us the opportunity to have some fantastic fishing within an hour drive from Vancouver. The first reports of chinook and coho should come from the Vedder and other Fraser tributaries in the next 2 weeks.

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