Fishing forum > Bass fishing in Salmon river, Langley??

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Salmon river in Langley is just shallow & narrow~

Have any one caught bass in Salmon river area, Langley??

If you've done it, please inform us some specific area

where we can catch them!!! (eg, creek names, street



i heard about bass in the salmon river 2 years ago. nothing since. if you want bass try the allouette river along neaves road in maple ridge. better luck. btw don't practise catch and release with bass in the allouette. they are becoming a menace in that system.

Dude! I wanna be a bass slayer!!

Never gonna release them!!

The only available area for me is salmon river in Langley,

so I wanna get more specific info about salmon river!!

Please inform me guys~!!!

I will fish them right this Saturday if I get enough


hey~ no1important!!

If you see this please inform me about the salmon river.

you seem to know well about bass fishing in lower


Please give me some info about the salmon river~!

I have not really fished there too much since I was growing up. It used to have a descent water flow now not much water there.Used to be good for cutts at one time, believe it or not. Of course that was years ago. I know bass are there. Try drifting a worm (a big old dew worm) or chunk of bread or power bait under a float or use a jig with a 4-6 inch tail. White and yellow work good, either a single or double tail. Bass like bigger baits and lures than trout do. Look for "pools" where water is slower and backwaters. I know lures work too but I just use jigs and worms and bread.

I have nothing personally against Bass, I just think they don't belong in our salmon spawning streams. Lakes without outflows/inflows are fine for bass. It is a good alternative fishery as they are easier to catch and are a change from crowded river banks, something diferent. I just don't like the pissheads stocking them everywhere and where they don't belong. Personally I think Latimar lake/pond would be better suited for bass than trout as someone put perch in there, and with the low water latley it is more suited to non salmonoid species.

i was there 2 days ago. water is just a mess and it is reallyt really low. canada geese have pretty much made it there toilet. i agree with you no1important. this lake should not be stocked with trout but other fish like carp,sunfish and crappie. they would keep sustaining their populations by breeding and the kids would just love fishing for them. but the water is just plain nasty right now. if this lake gets no fishing pressure then the city might just want to sell the land for development.

Thanks guys for the info!!

I just give up to go there!

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