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Summer 2018

The 2018 summer fishing season was a strong one with great numbers of Chinook Salmon. They were many days where the average size, in pounds, was well into the thirties and other days in the high forties.

As for the Coho, there were more showing up every day and they just kept getting heavier!

Keep up with us on Instagram, where you can experience those happy moments from life on the water!  For a live view of our marina, be sure to take a look at our live webcam, located on the exterior of the Fishermen’s Bar & Grill.

Bravo to Joey of North Carolina by capturing the largest Tyee Chinook Salmon of our 2018 season. A whopping 50lbs!

Current BC Fishing News

Chinook Salmon retention: Unchanged for Summer 2019!

Recently Fisheries and Oceans Canada has made some regulatory changes affecting Southern British Columbia fishing areas.  In an effort to address the Fraser River Chinook Salmon decline, measures have been taken ahead of the 2019 summer season to try to support a recovery of the Chinook and reverse this declining trend.

The affected area encompasses most of Southern British Columbia, however fishing in the Central Coast remains open and will proceed to operate with the same restrictions in previous seasons.  We will continue to support Fisheries and Oceans Canada by always fishing responsibly and strictly following their regulations in place throughout the Denny Island fishing area.

Stay up to date and stay informed. For your 2019 catch amounts and allowances, check out: DFO Fishing Allowance

Tight lines and see you on the water!

The Crew

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