Saturday, 29th of August 2015

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SAYRES LAKE Boat Launch

Submitted by: wetcoastclan
Submitted on: Friday the 28th of August 2015 at 8:38pm
Submitted in: SAYRES LAKE, Canada, British Columbia, Lower Mainland Region

Nice wood dock, but some lakeside campsites allow boats to be pulled up to your site. Saves a lot of hassle packing / unpacking.

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Clifford (Cliff) Lake Boat Launch

Submitted by: wetcoastclan
Submitted on: Friday the 28th of August 2015 at 8:33pm
Submitted in: Clifford (Cliff) Lake, Canada, British Columbia, Okanagan Region

Not really a launch, but rather a flat grassy area at the south end of the lake. Bring rubber boots.

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Rickey Lake Boat Launch

Submitted by: wetcoastclan
Submitted on: Friday the 28th of August 2015 at 8:31pm
Submitted in: Rickey Lake, Canada, British Columbia, Okanagan Region

Steep but short hill down to the lake from a rocky bluff

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Clifford (Cliff) Lake Boat Launch

Submitted by: wetcoastclan
Submitted on: Friday the 28th of August 2015 at 8:28pm
Submitted in: Clifford (Cliff) Lake, Canada, British Columbia, Okanagan Region

Small Lake connected to Thalia by a short, shallow, channel.

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Johnny Lake Boat Launch

Submitted by: wetcoastclan
Submitted on: Friday the 28th of August 2015 at 8:24pm
Submitted in: Johnny Lake, Canada, British Columbia, Okanagan Region

Gravel boat launch. Trophy Lake

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TEN MILE LAKE Boat Launch

Submitted by: kohlieo
Submitted on: Friday the 28th of August 2015 at 2:04pm
Submitted in: TEN MILE LAKE, Canada, British Columbia, Cariboo Chilcotin Region

Gravel bottom boat launch with a few parking spots.

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Handling Salmon Safely

Submitted by: Writeup
Submitted on: Friday the 28th of August 2015 at 1:51pm
Submitted in: Vancouver Island Region

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"When you have to release a salmon, it's important to release it carefully so it can get bigger and potentially spawn or be caught and enjoyed by another angler. Brian Riddell of the Pacific Salmon Foundation discusses the best practices when handling salmon on this Learning with the Pros tip from BC Outdoors Sport Fishing"

Source:
www.bcoutdoorsmagazine.com/bcosportfishingtv

www.psf.ca

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Fred's Custom Tackle Offers Kayak Fishing Charters

Submitted by: Writeup
Submitted on: Friday the 28th of August 2015 at 1:37pm
Submitted in: Lower Fraser River Photo thumbnail: Fred's Custom Tackle Offers Kayak Fishing Charters

"Kayak fishing is one of the fastest growing methods of angling, and we’re proud to be one of the first guiding companies offering this unique experience. Whether it’s sturgeon on the mighty Fraser River, coho or trout on the Harrison, or any number of salmon species on the Chilliwack/Vedder, there’s an adventure waiting just for you."

For more information on kayak fishing charters, visit www.fredscustomtackle.com

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Fishing With Rod: Drop Shotting For Trout

Submitted by: Writeup
Submitted on: Friday the 28th of August 2015 at 1:35pm
Submitted in: Ross Lake



"Soft plastic baits are typically used for bass fishing, but they can also be used for trout. In this video tutorial [taken on Ross Lake], we use a curly tail grub on a drop shot rig to target bull trout."

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Fishing With Rod: Report For Cultus Lake

Submitted by: Writeup
Submitted on: Friday the 28th of August 2015 at 1:23pm
Submitted in: CULTUS LAKE

Fishing With Rod's report for Cultus Lake:

"Cultus Lake's northern pikeminnow and largescale sucker are very active right now. Shore fishing can be a little challenging due to the boat traffic as well as swimmers on weekends. Late evening, when the lake is quiet, is the best time to fish. Try float fishing with Pautzke Bait's single salmon eggs on a size 4 hook under a float."

Source: http://www.fishingwithrod.com/fishing_report/lower_mainland.html

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