British Columbia offers some of the best Pacific Salmon and Trout fly-fishing in the world. With famous river systems like the Skeena, Fraser and Campbell producing huge runs of Coho, Chinook, Pink, Chum and Sockeye Salmon, British Columbia lends itself to those who like to land lots of fish. The Steelhead fishing is also world class and it is these Sea Run Rainbows that attract much attention from overseas anglers who traditionally have been brought up fishing for Atlantic Salmon.
In addition, the lakes and rivers also contain five species of Trout including Cutthroat, Rainbow, Bull, Lake and Dolly Varden. Due to the size of many of the watersheds, there is huge diversity in the angling that can be undertaken while in British Columbia. It is also a mecca for wildlife enthusiasts with Bears, Orcas, Whales and Sea lions, making it a perfect location for families and anglers alike. We work with numerous lodges and outfitters in British Columbia and are able to offer bespoke packages to your requirements.
- British Columbia is easily accessed from Europe, the Middle East and Asia with direct flights from many countries.
- Fly direct to Vancouver and stay overnight. Take a two-hour morning flight to Terrrace where you will be met by lodge staff and transported to the lodge, which takes around thirty minutes.
- You will need a passport with a minimum six-months validity and photo ID to purchase fishing licence.
- Currency: Canadian Dollar
- Capital: Victoria
- Airport: Vancouver international Airport
- Population: 4.5 million
- Language: English
- Religion: Christian
- Electricity: 220v two-pin
- Time: 8 hours behind GMT and 19 hours behind Australia