Fraser river Salmon & Sturgeon report

2015-08-09 15:07:31
Fraser Valley, British Columbia - Freshwater Fishing Report
Fraser river Mission - Chilliwack
Brian McKinlay

<p>Fraser river Sturgeon fishing trips are producing amazing results. Chinook salmon fishing opened Aug 3 and has been very good on bar fishing rigs.

White Sturgeon fishing on the Fraser river will be excellent until mid November. Expect Sturgeon to average 100 to 200 lbs over the summer/fall months. It's catch and release only to ensure we have great fishing for future generations.

Chinook salmon are averaging 20 - 25 lbs on the Fraser river.

Outlook for August, September & October:

Incredible Pink salmon fishing, Chinook salmon fishing, Coho salmon, Chum salmon, Sturgeon fishing. This is the best Fraser river fishing of the year! Join us for this world famous fishery. We provide day trips or multi day fishing packages.

Best Fishes!

Fish Species: White Sturgeon, Chinook salmon
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giant Fraser river Sturgeon are common this summer
giant Fraser river Sturgeon are common this summer

Brian McKinlay

About The Author: Captain Brian McKinlay

Company: Silversides Fishing Adventures

Area Reporting: Vancouver and Fraser River valley

Bio: Silversides Fishing Adventures(since 1996). Our fishing guide service provides reliability and professionalism. We takes great pride in our abilities and passion for true sport fishing, while offering our guests friendly professional service whether its a half day trip or one of our custom BC fishing packages on the Fraser river! Silversides guides for all 5 pacific salmon and monster Sturgeon on the famous Fraser river and it\'s many tributaries. Our guided fly fishing trips for Salmon, Trout and Steelhead are recognized as the premier fly guide service in our area. Jet boat charters or walk and wade. Located in Mission and Vancouver. We know guiding and fishing - you can fish with confidence!

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