The pink and chum fry are making their way down Indian Arm and Burrard Inlet and some have already arrived along the shoreline of Coal Harbour and Stanley Park. So the mouth of the Capilano and the shoreline of West Vancouver will start to see prowling sea run cutthroat and bull trout waiting to ambush them. Walking the beaches of Cates Park and Ambleside and Dundarave keep a look out for rushing and swirling Vs as the minnows are pushed to the surface followed by splashy rises as the cutties and bulls break the surface. Toss your minnow pattern out into the shallows and you might even pick up some flounders and sculpins for variety. As April gets into full swing there might be some early fly fishing opportunities which we will talk about later. (I won't use the word coho as that might give it away!)
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