Water temperatures are dropping, but don’t put away those reaction baits just yet. With temps in the 50s around the province (10 to 15 degrees Celsius), bass are feeding hard on baitfish before winter hits. If you’ve read much about bass fishing in the U.S. you’ve heard that crankbaits are the penultimate fall bait. Shad are dying off in the southern lakes and that means … [Read more...]
Catch Bigger Trout by Mimicking Salmon Fry
The warmer spring temperatures ignite many of the Pacific Northwest’s freshwater lakes and streams with an abundance of fry. These fry are a combination of salmon fry such as Sockeye, Chinook and of course Kokanee. In some regions the fry hatch from their gravel redds, then are immediately thrown into currents that lead them directly into a freshwater lake exposed to looming … [Read more...]
Osoyoos Lake –The Underrated Trout Fishery!
One BC Okanagan Lake that is underrated for an amazing trout fishery is Osoyoos Lake. This lake is mostly know to anglers as an incredible bass fishery and not sought after so much for Rainbow Trout. Osoyoos is one of my most favourite lakes to fish because of the amount of different fish species that it has to over. These species include: … [Read more...]