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Fishing Reports

ELK FISHING – 24 MAY 2019

            TheCourtJester drove HisRoyalDashness to the Cervus where one vehicle was already parked, carrying thePilot (Uwe, from Campbell River) and his wife, Lois.  The latter didn’t fish, preferring to act out the role of the “idle rich”, with a book in a deck...

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OYSTER FISHING – 19 May 2019

            TheCourtJester drove daughter, theRedPrincess to the river. They parked at the end of Glenmore Rd and walked up the trail.  Unfortunately, the river was high and fast, so the only left bank access was at the clay bank, just below the hatchery outlet.  A...

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Aracnophilia – May 16, 2019

Gotta love Spiders - especially lakes named after them! Angus and Roy hit the waters early as usual on Thursday while yours truly was delayed and did not get on the water until noon. Angus was giving his recently acquired 10 ft Walker Bay it's inaugural voyage. A...

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Tangled Lines

Food for Thought…

Some excerpts from the journal: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences  PNAS | March 19, 2019 | vol. 116 | no. 12 | 5209–5213 Sustainable fisheries policy must consider recreational fisheries on equal footing with commercial fisheries. Recreational fisheries...

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Sentimental Journey

The past three days were spent tramping about my old neigbourhood; the Gold, Muchalat, Oktwanch, Heber and Elk rivers. Ostensibly, this started out as a fishing trip. The trout were there, as they were expected to be and a few were caught. With that out of the way,...

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On the Little Q on Cinco de Mayo

Put on the Wellies and went off to the beach to prospect for sea-runs. But, no-go, surf was up and wind howling at this favoured beach. So, a hasty retreat to the uplands was in order. The Little Qualicum river provided an alternate fishing venue. Water level was low...

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