Fishing with Rod: Vancouver Salmon Fishing & Crabbing

Fishing with Rod: Vancouver Salmon Fishing & Crabbing

For more fishing videos, please visit: Saltwater fishing for king and coho salmon are in fact widely available from Downtown Vancouver. A short boat ride takes you to some excellent salmon fishing and crabbing action that British Columbia has to offer. Follow us as we hop on board one of Bon Chovy Fishing Charters’ boats in early May for some spring chinook salmon fishing and crabbing. Based in Downtown Vancouver, Bon Chovy Fishing Charters offers guided salmon fishing trips throughout the year. For more information on Bon Chovy Fishing Charters, please see Subscribe to go Fishing with Rod! Be a Fishing with Rod fan on Facebook: Camera: Nina Manique & Rodney Hsu Edit: Rodney Hsu Music: Peter McIsaac & Getty Images Inc. Copyright: Fishing with Rod Production

17 Responses to “Fishing with Rod: Vancouver Salmon Fishing & Crabbing”

  1. MrKRYSPY says:

    Wow that guy just? came here to be a jerk, he is just mad because he doesn’t catch anything while the guy next to him is catching everything

  2. fishingwithrod says:

    That’s good, would you? like a medal as well?

  3. craigtitusbaroni says:

    your fishing sucks and the tactics for catching them. i fish out of ludington mi. and it is the best offshore salmon fishing in the world. we know how to get em and get a lot. we have much bigger fish and much larger numbers.? its not uncommon to go out and hook over 30 nice fish in a few hours.

  4. fishingwithrod says:


  5. fishingwithrod says:

    I believe that? is one of the new reels from Trophy XL.

  6. SnowSearchVancouver says:

    hey rod,? what kind of reel is that blue one? great video btw

  7. rahmanjoy says:

    Nice Video. Love all? your videos.

  8. Superstones93 says:

    Jason uses Shimano? Convergence rods.

  9. Superstones93 says:

    to? kill it.

  10. Superstones93 says:

    Crabbing is included with Bon Chovy. The guide Jason is known as one of the best in Vancouver. I? highly recommend him.

  11. ht4005 says:

    awsome? video, thanks:)

  12. fishingwithrod says:

    Ya, the line was still in the clipper of the downrigger so I had to yank it hard to get it out. My mistake was that I did not reel down before yanking, so there was too much slack in the line and it wouldn’t come? off the clipper. Rookie mistake.

  13. YoungGunnFishinPNW says:

    hey rod … u set the? hook a little to hard on the first keeper fish. 🙂

  14. bazlur says:

    for stocked rainbows in the lake most people use floating egg or paste with small hooks( Fl. Yellow or Fl.organge or Pink color) and you have to use light line(4ib) and small hook and sinker which will stay on the lake floor and the bait will float one to two meter above and best chance if you use fluorocarbon line( from sinker to hook portion) and? rest of the method he explained above and he made some videos how to rig and fish in the lake and stream

  15. fishingwithrod says:

    Thanks. We mostly film with our Canon 550D/T2i. We do have waterproof cameras but they are rarely? used, only for underwater footages.

  16. colinf94404 says:

    I have been watching your videos for awhil and I think they are great. What type of camera do you use to film most of the videos? Do you? use any waterproof cameras? Thanks rod.

  17. fishingwithrod says:

    A? charter trip like the one we did in this video (five hours, just outside of Downtown Vancouver for salmon trolling and crabbing) can vary from $100 – $250 per person, depending on how many people on the boat. This particular charter had a winter special earlier this year, which was $409 for four people (tax and licence not included) for five hours of fishing, which is the best deal you’ll find in this area.