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prunehands

During the closure on the Fraser, I suggest any of you guys with boats or friends with boats get out there for some good fishing.Lots of pinks with a decent shot at a spring.
Most guys are running anchovies or white/ pink hootchies 30- 80'.
YZ125

Where is that?
prunehands

sandheads is at the end of the steveston jetty
t-10 is off the middle arm
Da_Lick_Man

I some what understand the location you mean, but could you add where the launch would be and direction to go once on the water?

Thanks
prunehands

We usually launch at the bottom of 2 rd in Steveston .Once you get out of Cannery channel, follow the rock wall to the fishing grounds at the end of the jetty.Dont worry , all the boats will give you an idea.
T-10 is only about 5-10 min north of there,again there will be a gathering of boats.You can also launch at McDonald beach which takes you out the north arm closer to the T-10 and QA
If you live on the north shore, it's easier just to run across by boat
penetr8or

Is that launch saltwater or is it part of the river (freshwater)? Or are there any launches that are fresh water that aren't too far from that area? I just don't want to deal with the hassle of washing everything down after (my trailer isn't galvanized).
prunehands

That's the great thing about those spots.No rinsing or running the motors through fresh water after
penetr8or

So the #2 rd launch is in fresh water? Nice. I think I'll try it on Monday. My first time out there, any extra tips?
Fishingwithjames

Umm well if you wanna launch in fresh water launch in mission and sail down the fraser...that's the only way
penetr8or

Just because anything below mission is classified as tidal, doesn't mean it is salt water Pitt lake is tidal and it is fresh waster.....i'm rying to figure out where the saltwater concentration is at a level high enough to require rinsing off your stuff.
Fishingwithjames

I rinse off when I launch at fort Langley....anything tidal still has a percentage of salt high enough to be classified as "Brackish water" which, if you take pride in your equipment, means you should be rinsing things off with fresh water after use.
prunehands

IMO , the salinity levels in Steveston are not enough to worry about.Maybe on a very high backing tide, but even then, I'm still not too concerned
Da_Lick_Man

I hear the fishing near delta port is doing well right now. Anyone else hear this?

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