Boundary Bay: Sockeye and Crabs

  

Overview

Wave hello to our American friends! Bisected by the Canada-US border, Boundary Bay is a great place to drop crab traps in the morning then head out to fish for Sockeye all day long. Every year, millions of Sockeye return home to the Fraser River and for a short time in the summer they can be caught congregating here in large schools as they return from the ocean and prepare for the long trip upriver to their spawning grounds.

AT A GLANCE

REGION:Vancouver, Coast and Mountains
SUB REGION: Greater Vancouver
SPECIES:Salmon, Shellfish
SEASONS:Summer
CONDITIONS:Tidal and River Mouth. Conditions vary and can change rapidly. Weather varies by season and is typical for the Pacific Northwest.
ACCESSIBILITY:Approximately 1 hour south of Vancouver.
LENGTH:Half Day, Full Day
GUIDED:Self-Guided, Certified Tidal Angling Guide
COST: $
TOURISM: HelloBC  
SERVICES:Services and amenities are typical of a large, North American metropolitan area.
EXPERIENCES:Boundary Bay is an important stop for migrating birds – numbering up to 100,000 at a time - and is an excellent location for bird watching plus viewing marine life including Orcas and seals.

WEATHER AND MARINE FORECAST

WEATHER
WEATHER

Sun, Jul 22

17°C

 

Mon, Jul 23

25°C

 

Tue, Jul 24

26°C

 

Wed, Jul 25

26°C

 

Thu, Jul 26

26°C

LUNAR
Wind

Wind light becoming northwest 15 knots near midnight then diminishing to light late Monday morning.

Tides

High: 02:05

Low: 09:49

High: 17:25

Low: 22:05

*No guarantees about the correctness of this tidal data.

  

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