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Hook And Vice Legends is a documentary short film series featuring the legends of fly fishing in British Columbia and beyond. This first in the series features Vancouver Island based professional fly tier Art Limber.
Travel Find abundant salmon, halibut and, some summers, albacore tuna in a north Pacific wonderland bristling with coastal wildlife at Kyuquot, British Columbia In one day, if timed right, anglers fishing Kyuquot Sound, B.C., could catch salmon, halibut and albacore tuna, and see timber wolves, sea otters and orcas.
Travel A look at the impressive variety of game fish and wildlife in the waters around Kyuquot Sound on northwestern Vancouver Island. Five anglers traveled to Kyuquot Sound on northwestern Vancouver Island on the Canadian Pacific, discovering an impressive variety of game fish and wildlife on this…
Read about snorkeling with salmon in Vancouver Island’s Campbell River in this recent article by James Sturz. Via The Wall Street Journal. “Inside the water,” writes Sturz, “I felt privileged to see the intricacies and intimacies of the fishes’ world.” … more →
Washington Marine Area 1 (Ilwaco) no report this week Marine Area 2 (Westport) The news of the 2016 fishing season is probably settling in with everyone by now and speaking as a person who was there in Vancouver directly involved in the process it was not the outcome that anyone hoped for. In the end […]
Washington Marine Area 1 (Ilwaco) no report this week Marine Area 2 (Westport) Greetings from Vancouver Washington site of the annual PFMC meetings and the salmon season setting process. We will have season dates by mid day on Thursday. We are still looking at a strong possibility of zero salmon fishing in 2016 but, we […]
Beginning in the 1950s, celebrated writer and conservationist Roderick Haig-Brown, together with his wife (and school librarian) Ann, compiled an impressive collection of books in their home near the Campbell River on Vancouver Island. Recent writer in residence at the … more →
US-based fly fishing tackle manufacturer, Echo Fly Rods, says that it has answered the deafening call for an ultra efficient rod capable of producing ‘blistering’ line speed with minimal effort. The answer, says the Vancouver, Washington-based company, lies in the Echo Boost. It is a result of well known rod builder Tim Rajeff’s relentless tweaking […]The post VIDEO: Echo Boost salt and freshwater rods appeared first on Angling International.
Take The Long Way HomeMy brother Gus and I grew up fishing around Washington State and were attracted to the simplicity of kayak fishing around five years ago. Months before this trip we found ourselv... ...ege this year and put a spark back in our lives. With a new sense of freedom and wanting to make the most of it we departed on our greatest adventure yet: a 300 mile kayak trip down the west coast of Vancouver Island. Much more of an undertaking than any of our previous fishing trips, but it turned out to be just what we needed.Our trip started at the head of Quatsino sound on the north end of the Island. ... ... that made it my best fishing trip ever. It gave me a new sense of confidence and got me more excited about life than I’ve ever been. I really felt like it had given me exactly what I was looking for.
Trolling Bucktail style flies tied on Tubes was very common during the glory days of ocean Silver Salmon recreational fisheries of the 1950s – 1980s from Northern California through SE Alaska. Regions like Puget Sound and Vancouver Island spawned many … Continue reading →