Stamp River - Spring Conditions
Last week for Guided Trips
March 24 2015
This weeks Highlights:
|Water conditions improved with the rains this last week, it was coloured up pretty good in the lower but the upper remained fishable through out the rain.
Many fish are spawning now, so there is a mix of fish that have spawned and are on their way out and fish that are staging. So some darker ones along with some brighter ones in the mix.
Same for the lower river, the fish are mixed.
Medium Conditions right now with some darker areas where creeks are running into the mainstem.
Note that the charts below are measured at the Robertson Creek Hatchery which is in the upper river so conditions down stream can be very different.
High Overcast with light rain showers.
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*Remember to get your NEW fishing licenses effective April 1, 2015
Hatchery Steelhead may be retained. Two per day and 4 in possession is the limits. A Steelhead conservation endorsement is required on the fresh water license. All Wild Steelhead must be released. single barbless hooks required.
Also note that your licence has to be printed. An electronic format on a device such as an iPhone does not qualify as licence. Steelhead must be recorded on licence immediately upon landing them.
Here are snippets from the Regulations about The Stamp, Sproat and Ash Rivers.
The detailed 2014/15 Vancouver Island detailed fishing regulations are available for download in PDF format.
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