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Canada 4 Fishing - Salmon Fishing Guide


Come test your skills against a real fighting brute, the Salmon
On the East coast, West coast, and in Ontario on the Great Lakes there is a flourishing salmon fishery. On the East coast the Miramichi River's fame rests primarily on its unmatched ability to produce Atlantic Salmon. This one river produces nearly one half of all the rod caught salmon in North America.

In the Great Lakes there are different species of Pacific Salmon. The two most common are the Coho Salmon and Chinook Salmon. Chinook Salmon is also called a King Salmon on the west coast. There are some Kokanee and Pink Salmon but they are very rare and mostly found in Lake Erie. Atlantic Salmon are starting to be stocked.

On the West coast Campbell River, the Fraser Valley and the Gulf Islands are world renowned for both deep water salmon fishing and inland fly fishing adventures. It takes heavy tackle, a strong arm, good fishing skills and a little luck to land some of these brutes. Add the breathtaking scenery to the mix and you have an opportunity for fulfillment that is second to none.

Check out the SALMON fishing adventures in the provinces below.

The scientific name is " Oncorhynchus tshawytscha " The most notable features of the salmon is the hooked nose. Chinook salmon are also refered to as King salmon.


As a sportfish the King salmon rules. Come experience salmon fishing Canada.
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