We had some slowish fishing at the end of last week, but the last couple days have rebounded quite nicely. On our afternoon trip yesterday we had a pretty active tide with close to a dozen hits. Not all of them made it to the boat, but kept us on our toes anyway. Right now you can expect to hook 2 to 7 fish a trip on average, a mix of big chinook, jack chinook and coho.
From now thru the middle of October, the mouth of the Capilano River will be the go to destination for our Vancouver Fishing Charters. It is one of our favourite fisheries of the year as it is so close to Granville Island and downtown Vancouver.
We having been having our success on anchovies and herring in the bottom third of the water column. Having said that, if a fresh wave of fish rolls into the Capilano Mouth you will get them much shallower as well, from 20 to 50 feet.
The long term forecast looks like we are in for a very dry fall, good news for the saltwater fishing!
Give us a call to book a charter! Only a month or so left before the big fish are gone!