What to Look for in a Good Fishing Report

If you know what to look for, you can use a fishing report for a number of different things. Not only can you get an idea of what the fishing was like at a certain place, but you can learn a lot about the charter company itself, what the next year might bring and when…

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Pros and Cons to Booking a Fishing Charter

There are two sides to every story, and that includes booking a fishing charter. Booking a fishing charter might not be for everyone, especially if you’re a seasoned angler, but there are definitely pros and cons to a charter. Not sure if it’s the thing for you? Check out the list below! Bad news first…

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Fishing Across Canada

Few destinations are as great for fishing across the board as Canada. For such a massive country, you can fish all the way across it, in all different kinds of ways. The whole country is a fly fisherman’s paradise, while salmon fishing is isolated to a few areas. Check out all the kinds of fishing…

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Booking a Fishing Charter

There are plenty of things to look out for when you’re booking a fishing charter, as well as plenty of charters to choose from! Fishing can cost a lot of money, so you’ll want to be sure you’re getting the value for your money. What makes a good charter, how do you choose a company…

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Salmon in Canada

There are five types of salmon to catch in Canadian waters: Chinook, coho, sockeye, pink and chum. Read on to discover facts about each type, as well as where the best salmon fishing is in Canada.   Chum Also known as dog salmon, these are the least desired to catch of the species. They weigh…

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Dethroning Alaska as a Fishing Destination

With the King Salmon fishery closing early in Alaska this year, tons of avid fishermen with only tyees on their mind (30lbs+ king salmon) needed to find a destination to catch their limits. At the end of the day, there was only one real option – Vancouver Island. In fact, certain destinations on Vancouver Island…

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