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Got the week off work coming up, and I'm hoping to get into some good fishing. Are the coho still abundant in the Canal? Are they waiting for the rain? Better off playing the chum around Stave or Harrison? Will be fishing from shore, any advice will be appreciated.

Many rivers haven't even hit prime time-Lots of fish to be had, anywhere you go will be a good bet.

Vedder has slowed down because some rain is now needed to push more fish in the system, Harrison is best accessed by boat, currently stave would be your best bet. My two cents.

Mid river has been producing well for me the last few days.

All systems are packed with fish, you just have to know when,where and how
Zap brannigan

their all in my freezer.

Vedder is your best bet right now for numbers

Zap you must mean "they're"
Zap brannigan

yep, slipped up.

Been at a few north side of the fraser flows this week, not much in the way of Coho. Chum are around though. I would stick to the Vedder through into November. GOod Luck

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