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Vancouver Fly Fishing Opportunities?

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#1 Pujic


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Posted 10 February 2005 - 11:47 AM

Hi guys,

I'll be heading to Vancouver / Cloverdale next week for the Fly Fishing Symposium (18th - 20th) put on by Fly Fishing Events Canada. Although I've wanted to for a long time, I've never been out West before and was wondering if it would be worth taking a few rods with me or not. I will be on a pretty limited timeline so if anyone knows of any opportunities in the immediate area, I'd love to hear from you.

Thanks so much in advance,


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Posted 10 February 2005 - 02:26 PM

Hey Nick,
Try this board at FishBC
They were helpful when I went out.
With all the rain etc. you will want up-to-date info.
If you are in Vancouver, don't miss the Canadian Sportfishing Museum on Granville Island. It is well worth the time. ( short watertaxi ride across the channel, right downtown.)
besides the largest private collection of Hardy reels etc, it has drawers and drawers of flies by some pretty famous tyers and walls of rods etc.
Have a good trip!
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