It has been another great day on the water in Vancouver. The morning was a bit slow on the West Van shoreline. There were a few Springs, Coho, and Pink Salmon which were caught, however, when the ebb tide really started to move, the fish got sucked out of there. The killer whales spent alot of the day off of the Fraser River between the North arm and the South arm. Some boats did rather well off of the afternoon flood tide. Our boat, in particular, caught a Pink and lost one. We also got a 7lb wild coho and released it, and lost another one. Furthermore, we lost a 10 to 12lb Spring and kept another that was 22lbs. We had a couple of other hits as well. Clearly, not a bad afternoon on the water. I saw a few more boats catch some nice Spring, Pinks, and Coho. The biggest of the day was a 31lb Spring. Crabbing still remains excellent to date! The fishing should continue to be a success from here on in while we continue to wait for the main run of pinks.