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Fishing conditions on both Lower Mainland and Interior lakes are good this week.
The Fraser River backwaters and sloughs are fishing well for cutthroat and rainbow.
Fishing on our Lower Mainland lakes is slow. Expect fishing to improve when the sunshine returns.
The recent heavy rains have slowed the bite considerably; watch the barometer and focus on upward trends
Lower Mainland bass and panfish are active again. The Fraser River is good for cutthroat and dolly varden.
Fishing on our Lower Mainland lakes is good. Try: Bloodworm, Chironomid, Wooly Bugger, Leach, Dragon Nymph, Halfback, or Baggy Shrimp.
Success in fishing is as much understanding what determines fish feeding behaviour as it does fooling a fish
Heavily sought chinook salmon can range in weight from 30 to 125 lb
Finding Christmas presents for the anglers isn't hard with this list
Talking about hatchery enhancement draws variety of strong opinions
Jeff Weltz explores some of the debate happening on the Thompson River
Still plenty of great days of sunshine left in which to go fishing
A record-breaking outing a year ago was not to be repeated
Fish did not want to cooperate in helping achieve a personal best
Consistent amounts of sunshine help improve odds for local anglers
The sport fishery we have today came through efforts of those who came before us
Don't forget the long underwear for your favourite angler
Handmade fly boxes are a great gift for the angler in your family
Jeff Weltz shares his thoughts on steelhead in this week's column
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