August 6 Fishing Report
It's certainly summer, and a hot one at that. With temperatures climbing up to the mid 30's (90F) in Whistler, and hotter in Pemberton, it's hard to find cool water to fish. Lakes with cold water creeks that feed them, or higher elevation lakes, are some of the only places to find fish that bite.
The local rivers have also been fishing consistently and the water has come down to a level that is good to walk and wade with novice and experienced fisherman alike. A mix of dry fly’s on top and nymph’s fished under an indicator has been produced many fish in the 6-10” range, and occasionally we find a beautiful rainbow over 12”. There is no pink salmon fishing on this, the even year, so any river fishing is for trout. Our float plane trip into Spruce Lake creates lifetime memories. Spectacular views, abundant rainbow trout and the chance to see grizzly bears makes for a wonderful day. Our flights originate on Green Lake in Whistler and take you northwest into the South Chilcotin Mountains. Whistler Fishing Guides is one of only two outfitters licenced to guide in this area. A very special place.
With any luck this fantastic weather will hold on through the rest of summer and into fall. Tight lines to all.
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