Monthly Archives: September 2011

Capilano River Fishing Report – September 25, 2011

The next two days the low tide is relatively good for this time of year. Of course not excellent but you can get to the big island if you’re doing some Capilano beach fishing. The day was a bit wet, … Continue reading

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Who’s heading to the Vedder River?

I must say for a beginner fisherman, the Vedder river in the fall is a fantastic option. Tons of action! Pick a year when the pinks are running and you will not have a shortage of catching and as we … Continue reading

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Capilano River Fishing Report – September 15, 2011

If you’re still waiting for great news about the beach fishing at the Capilano river, sorry I don’t have any. But still read on! A few natives were on the other side but they weren’t doing very much casting at … Continue reading

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Capilano River Fishing Report – September 11, 2011

I spent a few hours at the Capilano river mouth today. The tide was in the process of going out and I stayed until the turning of the tide. Certainly not a very low tide, but low enough that a … Continue reading

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Capilano River Fishing Report – August 28, 2011

I spent a few hours down at the Capilano river mouth fishing from the beach. The tide was medium and I was there up until the low slack. There were a fair number of jumpers, but in my experience there … Continue reading

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