Fishing Terminology

Fishing Terms & JargonI remember walking into a local fishing shop and talking with another customer about my last trip to the Chilliwack River. I recall a specific question he asked, “was the river blown out?” I remember thinking, “what the heck...

Steelhead – “The Change Up”

When I’m Steelheading and having a tough day on the water (usually fishing bait), I’ll often quickly change up my baits/lures to something much different than what I was fishing with. This is called “The Change Up”, a process of changing Baits,...

How to Use the Hydrograph

What? A Hydrograph definition can be confusing, so my quickest way to define it is it’s simply a graph that monitors the water flow volume at a specific point. Think of a large ruler jammed into a specific point in/on a river, and as the river water levels move...

River Conditions vs. Presentations

Conditions should impact your tackle choices Knowing the conditions of the water color, clarity and water levels is important to a fisherman. This will greatly impact the sizes, colors and a variety of other factors in regards to fishing tackle and bait. This tip...

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