Trolling for Salmon


Getting Started

Choosing a Boat

Choosing the right boat to suite your fishing needs can be very tricky. There are many different types of boats to choose from and costs can gratly vary. Whatever kind of boat fits your budget is key but make sure it dosent break the bank. You also have to take into account that you may have to outfit your boat with such things as a fishfinder, downriggers, rod holders or even a kicker motor. This should be added to your budget and when looking see whats included.

The first thing to decide on is the hull type and length of your boat. Generally a deep V fiberglass boat is the way to go but they can be heavier and require more horsepower to run which means more fuel. Aluminium boats are becoming more and more popular but are alot more expensive for equal size and certian features like a sleeper. You must also take into consideration how many passengers you will regularly have. With two people a 14'-16' boat may fit your needs but if you have a family an 18'-24' boat may fit your needs better.

Outfitting your boat can be expensive, especially if you buy everything new. Key items you need are: rodholders, fishfinder, downrigger, trolling motor,

Terminal Tackle


Safety on the Ocean

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18.07 | 07:51

I know there are new open areas in White Rock for fishing black Crabs. Do you know their loading location? I would like to see

10.07 | 12:59

Hi Robin. my name is Jim and I just wanted to know about the road up to Francis lake. I have a Ram 1500 4x4/ would I make it through the bumps in the road ?

27.06 | 18:59

Yes they are.

26.05 | 18:15

Several things wrong in your post about Green Timbers.
1. The lake is not located anywhere near "the King George skytrain station". It is about 2 miles east of there.
3. After turning right from 152 on to 100 Ave, the park is on the left (not the right) a

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