WINTER 2016 FISHING REPORT

KEITH HYETT Fishing Reports, Historical Fishing Reports

WINTER 2016 FISHING REPORT The height of the fishing season is now largely over. After a difficult early summer with very little water, which eventually led to closure of nearly all of the rivers on the south of the island, fishing got better with the rainfall of late summer/early fall. In fact as I write this in early November I …

FALL 2016 FISHING REPORT

KEITH HYETT Fishing Reports, Historical Fishing Reports

FALL 2016 FISHING REPORT Another unusual year with most of the rivers on the east coast closed on July 1st until further notice. Lakes, of course, have remained open, but the high water temperatures have made fishing difficult as the fish retreat to the depths to find cooler water. Most fly fishermen were therefore looking forward to the arrival of …

AUGUST 2016 FISHING REPORT

KEITH HYETT Fishing Reports, Historical Fishing Reports

AUGUST 2016 FISHING REPORT I write this having just returned from an early fishing trip to Campbell River to chase the first run of Pink salmon that I heard had come into the river. In the same week last year I had found fish and this was the same. Not huge numbers but fresh silver fish and larger than normal. …

JULY 2016 FISHING REPORT

KEITH HYETT Fishing Reports, Historical Fishing Reports

  Having spent Spring and early Summer chasing trout in several Vancouver Island rivers my thoughts, and many others, now turn toward the arrival of millions of Pink Salmon which normally show up on the north east coast of the island mid – month. These fish will gradually make their way south and gather of the beaches close to the …