Columbia is a fisherman's paradise offering some of the best freshwater
fishing to be found. The crystal clear mountain lakes, beautiful rivers
and cool and inviting streams of BC's scenic
Your British Columbia
interior provide excellent fly fishing, spin casting and trolling opportunities.
From the North there are char and walleye, sturgeon on the Fraser River,
spectacular cutthroat trout in the Kootenays, and world class fly fishing
for rainbow on countless interior lakes. From fishing in world class
rivers to local streams the people of British Columbia view fishing
as part of their heritage and culture.
British Columbia fishing is simply spectacular with countless options
to choose from. You
can choose from trophy steelhead, salmon, trout or bass and walleye
fishing adventures. Guides at most lodges are available to take you
were the action is.
As diverse and unique as the freshwater fishing, so too is the world
class saltwater fishing. The calm protected waters found in the coastal
areas are known around the world as a reliable and consistent salmon
fishery. Species include Chinook (Kings), Coho (Silvers), Sockeye, Chum
and Pink Salmon. Under
the federal Fisheries Act, the Department of Fisheries and Oceans is
responsible for managing the tidal recreational fisheries and in-river
Check out the British Columbia fishing info
available for your trip preparation.
In British Columbia the fishing can be as close or as far as your
imagination takes you. Access is by automobile, float plane, boat-in
or water taxi, or ferry. You can rough it or be pampered in the lap
of luxury as you enjoy all that B.C.s outstanding outfitters have
to offer. You can easily make your dream fishing
adventure come true. From the most luxurious accommodation to the
most rustic outposts or camp and various packages that can include
meals, transportation by float plane, guiding and equipment there
is an adventure to meet every budget.
for fishing in British Columbia vary with location, species, and other
variables. It is a good idea to read up on the type of fishing and
the region that you intend to fish as part of your trip planning.
for 2005 - 2006 can be viewed the Gov't of British Columbia website
Provincial parks, camps and resort settings are seldom far from great
fishing. Tourist outfitters and resort operators are happy to tailor
their packages for families who love to fish.
There’s lots of activities for everyone to experience and enjoy
in British Columbia!