Fishing News

White Sturgeon Spawning

White Sturgeon Spawning

The Fraser River white sturgeon are unique fish with an interesting life history. Here are some interesting points about Fraser River white sturgeon spawning behavior. Females do not become reproductive until they are approximately 20 years of age – this corresponds to approximately 150 cm in length (5 footer). Females may spawn every 5-10 years, depending on environmental factors and fish health. Spawning occurs in the Fraser typically in June and July (give or take), and generally coincides with post peak high water levels (freshet).
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Nature on the Fraser River

Nature on the Fraser River

While we are out and about on our fishing adventures, we often encounter many varieties of wildlife on our excursions. Wildlife encounters are always a treat and are a bonus that adds to the enjoyment of the fishing. We are located in Chilliwack on the Fraser river. From this advantageous spot, we can enjoy a variety of fishing and nature viewing opportunities.
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Spring Report

Spring Report

What a season-opener of sturgeon fishing that was for 2024! The stars of the show are always the fish and did they ever shine this spring! It was a pleasure to see that they were very fit, healthy, and chubby. These are the good days when you’re on the jetboat, hopping around on the Fraser from spot to spot searching for an eager fish.
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Our 35th Guiding Season

Our 35th Guiding Season

The Fraser river sturgeon fishery utilizes baits of various types and sizes to catch sturgeon and there are two hook styles that are employed to cover your bait choices – J-hooks and circle hooks.
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