Situated between the rugged Coast Mountains and sheltered waters of the Salish Sea, you don’t have to travel far to find incredible adventures near the city.
Vancouver, BC is well known for its amazing access to world class fishing in close proximity to the urban center. We are excited to offer year round guided tours from Vancouver to a variety of the best fishing opportunities in the Sea to Sky area.
In as little as an hour we can have you gearing up next to wild coastal rivers and casting to trout, salmon or steelhead.With a little more time the options unfold and a variety of smaller streams and quiet mountain lakes can be explored in one of the most scenic regions in BC, Canada.
"If you are looking to recharge after your conference or work up an appetite, fishing can be a unique way to gain some perspective on the area."
Vancouver, BC is the jewel of the Pacific North West. This exciting and multi-cultural hub of Western Canada has always been a symbol of "the good life".
With an international airport and unlimited accommodation, dining and entertainment options this cosmopolitan city is considered a destination in itself.
If you are looking to recharge after your conference or work up an appetite, fishing can be a unique way to gain some perspective on the area. Fishing trips from Vancouver are the perfect way to experience the vibrancy of the city as well as explore the wild beauty of the surrounding area. With so many options at your doorstep, why not wet a line for the day?
Whistler fishing is best known for its rugged beauty and easy to access fishing opportunities. Five lakes can be found within ten to fifteen minutes from Whistler Village, and a short 45 minute drive provides access to a handful of salmon bearing systems.
Excellent year round fishing can be had on the frozen lakes and warmer coastal rivers. Located just two hours from downtown Vancouver on highway #99 Whistler, BC is surrounded by diverse and productive waters. You can fish right in Whistler Village or adventure deep into the heart of the B.C. wilderness, choose your adventure today!
You can fish right in Whistler Village or adventure deep into the heart of the B.C. wilderness...
Whistler Village is where it all started for us. We have been offering guided fishing trips on the valley lakes and surrounding rivers for over fifteen years.
When one thinks of Whistler, images of steep snow covered slopes and a vibrant village lifestyle come to mind. But before all the ski bunnies arrived, Whistler was a destination fishing resort.
At the "heart" of mountain culture in the "Sea to Sky" corridor, there is plenty of action to be had when it comes to outdoor activities like skiing and snowboarding, mountain biking, hiking and fishing. Whistler also boasts incredible restaurants, galleries, spas and shops for the whole family. If you want all the access and all the action then this is the place to be.
is a year round angling dream. Squamish, BC is tucked away at the head of Howe Sound, halfway between downtown Vancouver and the world class mountain resort of Whistler. Squamish, has a long history of exceptional angling opportunities and can provide the focused angler with a good range of lodging, food and outdoor activities, all within close proximity to excellent fishing.
Squamish is also home to a wide variety of wildlife. In the winter months Squamish boasts one of the largest bald eagle returns in North America. It is not uncommon when fishing in the area to see mountain goats precariously perched on steep cliff sides, black bears munching on salmon, cougar and wolf tracks in abundance and a growing herd of elk running wild in the valley.
It is not uncommon when fishing in the area to see mountain goats perched on steep cliff sides, black bears munching on salmon, cougar and wolf tracks in abundance...
Squamish is fast becoming well known as a year round hub of outdoor activity, with amazing access to world class fishing, mountain biking, hiking, climbing, rafting and kite boarding.
This stunning small town was just voted #32 in the top 52 places to go in 2015 in The New York Times and is only a one hour drive from downtown Vancouver. Squamish is a well-known birding destination and November – February the Squamish River is a hot spot for Bald Eagle viewing.
One of the more recent local attractions is the Sea to Sky Gondola, which whisks passengers from sea level straight up into the Coast Mountains for an incredible view and access to an array of back country hikes.
No matter what time of the year you visit Pemberton, BC, you are in a prime location for excellent access to some of the best fishing in the area. With a variety of productive lakes and rivers, the ability to wet a line is no more than a hop, skip and a jump away.
The local rivers in Pemberton are known for their incredible access to gorgeous Rainbow trout, Steelhead and Coho salmon populations. You can also use Pemberton as a jumping off point to access excellent fishing in the South Chilcotin mountain ranges.
If you love hiking pool to pool through lush forest targeting wild trout then this is the fishing trip for you!
Known for its incredible access to gorgeous Rainbow trout, Steelhead and Coho salmon populations....
Pemberton is located 30 minutes north of Whistler. This charming farming valley is situated deep in the Coastal Mountains with stunning views of majestic Mount Currie perched over the wide and fertile glacial valley. The local farms produce a variety of farm to table items for the fine restaurants in Whistler as well as seed potatoes, cattle and is prime cowboy country.
If you are looking to relax away from the excitement of Whistler or Vancouver this is the place for you. A variety of accommodations are available with two hotel options and numerous B&Bs available.