Fishing News

Winter 2021

Winter 2021

Welcome 2021! I’ve worn a lot of hats in an effort to make a living, and do so in a manner that is personally fulfilling and meaningful. By way of formal education, I am a forestry technician and fisheries technician.  By way of life’s lessons, I have been a framer/carpenter and as an angling guide business operator (over 30 years).  All of the tasks I’ve undertaken have in one form or another, assisted each task.  One may ask how framing a house can help with the others, but the simple requirement of organizing oneself to build each step according to plan in an efficient manner applies to all jobs or tasks.  Forestry, of which I spent nearly 20 years of my life, involved sharpening observational skills; converting what you see on the ground to the biological and geographical requirements of the plant and tree life around you.  Understanding forest ecology is essential.  Fisheries work has assisted in putting biological principles in play to convert “ground-truths” into understanding the needs of various fish species.  Which brings me to the topic of this post.
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COVID-19 PREPAREDNESS PLAN

COVID-19 PREPAREDNESS PLAN

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March 27, 2020 Update

Our thoughts are with everyone who have been affected by this unprecedented situation.  We are thankful for those who are tirelessly working every day to take care of those in need, and to those that are keeping the essentials moving. For over 30 years Cascade Fishing Adventures has been guided by responsible values and by “doing the right thing.” It is crucial to continue to live by this value today as we respond to the impacts of Coronavirus.  We are monitoring the situation and will adhere to recommendations from the authorities including the Federal and Provincial Government.
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January 27, 2020

January 27, 2020

Current conditions are a result of some heavy rains melting off some significant snow accumulations from earlier in the month of January. Local waterways, including the Fraser, are at higher than normal levels. With some drier weather patterns, we should see the rivers drop and clear up somewhat. Fishery options include some sturgeon fishing, specifically juvenile sturgeon for the purpose of tagging and data collection (see In Season offerings), steelhead and cutthroat trout. The juvenile tagging fishery is done on the Fraser river and utilizes the jetboat, while steelhead and some cutthroat trips are done on foot.
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