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Was fishing on Annacis with a bar setup and worm and caught a white fish I think. I didn't know it was on until I got it in due to the big weight I am using and the strong river but It was about an 8 inch long 1-2 or 3 pound White looking fish. Wondering if this is the "white fish" I have heard of around here. My friend who was with me says it was. I took the hook out and let him sit in my hand in th water until he swam away.
Fish'n BC

Next time get a picture and post it on here so people can ID it for you, but make sure the picture shows you handling it properly for C&R.

nice it was definatly one of these! "Pea mouth Chub

Hey guys where is Fraser banks and can you float fish for the pea mouth chub ?
Thanks soup67
Fish'n BC

I believe -Goin'Fishn'- meant; near the "banks" of the Fraser river.

The peamouth chub is a bottom dwelling course fish, I suppose you could float fish if you set the depth so that the lure/bait is close to the bottom.

an 8 inch 3 pound fish?..what do these things look like, wouldnt even think thats a pound for most fish

Thanks ChrisS
Hi Speed

can you camp overnight on the island you are showing thanks for your help

times i was up there it got quite crowded with weekend campers. unless there is a new law the answer is yes. it is a gorgeous spot during the week !
Hi Speed

thanks for the info especially the parking info i will call hydro and ask them may see you up there sometime thanks again
Hi Speed

have a safe trip the weather is going to get hot finally

im sure they will tow anyone in the lot after they try and close the gate for the night., kinda why the gate is there...park down on the road and walk back in maybe.

Caught a couple more the other day dangit! I don't want these!

O and some nice East Indian fellows I met said they eat them and they are just really boney but good to munch. Hmm I dono

as far as eating Chubs i guess you can but very little flavor unless you smoke them like Native Americans did or use them in soup like East Indians do but alot of bone, also stave is full of rainbows , cutthroat and lake trout as I just caught some last weekend but I find the fishing better in Big Stave as less fisherman and deeper water and less logs but you do need a bigger boat for safety reasons. oh and there are a few Kokanee but not that common its one of the nicest lakes in fraser valley in my mind I have spent alot of my days growing up on that lake reminds me of lakes in the caribou

it is beautiful up there . one of the places down at the coast i miss.

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