British Columbia Fishing Tours
There is truly an overwhelming amount of choice when it comes to fishing in beautiful British Columbia. Whether you want to cast your line in one of the 25,000 picturesque freshwater lakes or tens of thousands of miles of swift flowing rivers and meandering streams, or maybe you want to try your hand at open ocean fishing to catch the “big one”, rest assured there is a BC guide who will make sure you’re not left telling the story of “the one that got away”. The only decision you have to make is what you want to fish for. It’s not easy.
Moving out from 12,000 miles of diverse coastline, the sheer variety of guided fishing experiences available in British Columbia can be daunting, but you can’t go wrong with Chinook salmon which can tip the scales at upwards of 70 pounds! Anglers can also try their hand with Steelhead, the fish that is known to separate the BC men from the boys. Halibut caught in these waters are usually perfect eaters in the 20-50 lb range – but if you want to head out a little further – there are trophy fish weighing in at 80 plus pounds to be found with the right guide at the helm.
You could choose to fly-fish with your guide in a quiet mountain stream. If even more privacy is on your fishing wish-list, you can take a floatplane to a secluded lake to experience the ultimate in remote outdoor adventures in British Columbia. Rainbow trout, cutthroat trout and char are found in most BC waters. Or you could even cast your line for the biggest freshwater monster fish in North America – the white sturgeon!Read More ...