Fishing Report Sept 2021 By Fishing Club|2021-09-02T08:10:01-07:00September 2nd, 2021|Fishing|1 Comment Chilliwack, Vedder, Chehalis Rivers: Opens for hatchery Coho – 4/day – Sept 1st. Chinook wild and hatchery – 4/day – 2 over 62cm and 2 under Harrison River: Opens Sept 1st for hatchery Coho – 4/day Fraser River: Closed for Salmon. Closed for Trout Sept 1st to Nov 15th. Open for Sturgeon All streams closed in Region 2-4 closed for angling until Sept 15th with exception of Chilliwack, Vedder, Sumas and Mainstem Fraser Fall lake fishing is getting better now with cooler weather starting. Leeches, shrimp, damsel fly and dragonfly nymphs and all good choices. Local lakes: East and West Harrison: Good for Rainbow Kawkawa: Excellent for large Kokanee in 40ft of water. Mooching for krill or shrimp Chair: Darien Francis Co-chair: Loren Sherbina / Elaine Ridout-Sherbina Share this:FacebookTwitterPrintEmail Related One Comment Jeff Stech September 19, 2021 at 4:49 pm - Reply Is There a marker you have to be above for fishing coho, chinook& rainbow trout. Also are there gear restrictions in place & what are most anglers using to target specific species Leave A Comment Cancel replyComment Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. By submitting a comment, you are agreeing to our Comment Policy.