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minsyoo

hi guys,
i'm kind of new to the area and still trying to find more places to fish at..

I don't have access to a boat, so I fish from the shore, but I don't have a preference as to salt water or fresh water.

Near Richmond, what are some good areas? Right now, I'd like to catch some pinks, but I also wonder if there are places to catch different salmon from once the pink run is over?

thanks a ton in advance for any info!
Joe_Wu

You can try go up to chilliwack vedder river.
I just got one pink and one coho last weekend.
Planing to go this weekend again.

I am using different fishing method then others. I am spinning and casting. And I find its not bad at least I don't snag it.
minsyoo

ah finally someone who doesn't fly fish. haha

nothing against fly fishing.. just when u just started fishing , fly fishing looks intimidating mentally, and for the wallet haha.

anyways,

some people have told me vedder's gonna get really hot in a couple weeks, may be it already is? i'd be using the same method..

Do you use spoons or something else?

And I've never been to vedder, do you have a certain spot you go to?
stink finger

now is the time to go to the vedder and find some spots if you have never been.i would hit one of the backroads and go for a walk lots of nice water with alot less anglers.im goin up friday for the first time this fall.
minsyoo

i'm probably gonna give this place a try this sunday.

thanks for the info!

does driving along vedder canal road sound reasonable? i've been staring at google maps quite some time now. haha
minsyoo

nevermind, i found a bunch of places on this website. thanks!
apex

Heres a map of the vedder: http://www.bcfishingreports.com/vedder-river.htm

Theres also lots of articles on fishing the vedder that can be found through google.

For pinks, look along the fraser for any regional parks; there are some in langley you can try, though Richmond may be closer, south end of No3 road etc.
minsyoo

this is great! i didn't know bcfishingreports.com had any inofrmation like this. wonderful!

are any of these spots pretty much okay for fishing with spinning rod? i just think i've heard of many fly fishers out there.

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