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Louis Vuitton

Has anyone seen or heard of any pinks moving up the Fraser already?

Just a simple yes/no and a small explanation will do.

I honestly left this site for years because of all the trash talking on here, so I don't want any in this thread.

Thanks everyone!
FishMasterFly

There are fishing moving through in smaller numbers but are very spotty, Your best bet is too wait intill the first week of september. You will catch your limit in 1 hour.

I was fishing today around delta and it was very very slow so it can be on and off intill the end of August.
rasta-angler

one was caught at scale bar on sunday
rasta-angler

nice..dont have a boat but live close to the tidal side of the fraser...probably give it a try after i get my licence
Chewy

Fished high tide last night in Delta for about an hour, had a few hits & lost one nice pink trying to land it.

Saw two flops while i was there. On the plus side, no jockeying for space!

katfish

Chewy. Was this in Twsassen?
Louis Vuitton

Thank you to everyone for keeping this thread on topic so far!

I know the Fraser is pretty hot that first week of September, but I was just curious as I am active on Washingtonflyfihsing.com and a couple other boards and the pinks are in thick down in the South Sound and pretty good in the North so far, and I know that the Squeem and Furry have been good and I thought maybe the Fraser was gonna warm up early.

I'll keep my fingers crossed and wait until September.
Chewy

No, not Tsawassen - North Delta, Main Arm Fraser River.

My dad was out by the dump bar in Richmond (Triangle Road) last night at about the same time, was telling me he had a couple of hits, but no hook ups and none of the handful of guys there caught anything last night either. I dont really think that's the best spot going at the best of times, but, it's close to his house.
ctown

patience......
Louis Vuitton

Just gonna bump this back to the top with the same question as before- anyone seeing any action in the lower Fraser, say from the mouth near Garry Point or at Deas Island or so?
doublebarrel

I've been to garry point thursday when the tide was going out from about 6:45 to 8:30 and got nothing no jumps nothing. I went to the dump bar when the tide was coming in yesterday and seen some jumping but they were well away from shore. I asked some ppl if they but they never caught anything not even a bite. I'll see if my luck changes in the north arm today.

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