British Columbia fishing guides cover all four corners of the province. There are fishing lodges, guides and outfitters lining up and down the coast of BC. There are fishing lodges deep in the backcountry on remote lakes and rivers. There are fishing guides navigating by boat on our oceans, lakes and up and down our rivers.
There are over 20,000 lakes in BC, Canada. Some fishing lakes are located in the remote backcountry of British Columbia while others are dirt road access, boat only and, in some cases, easy access via paved roads. Many of the bigger lakes will have boat launches, trailer parking, pinic areas and pit toilets. Lake fishing has rules. Some do not allow boats. Some are catch and release only. Some require certain bait only. Many are seasonal. Do your research before you pack up the fishing rod and reel, belly boat, row boat, canoe, boat with electric motors and/or gas powered.
There are said to be over 750,000 kilometers of rivers and streams for fishing in British Columbia, Canada. Fly fishing our rivers and streams attracts visitors from all around the world. River fishing guides have the experience to know which river to fish and where to fish on our rivers.
On the west coast of British Columbia the Pacific Ocean is a big draw for salmon fishing enthusiasts. Fishing charters, fishing guides and fishing lodges are located up and down the British Columbia coastline. Just remember to check the regulations and that you need a fishing licence. The fish that receives the most attention in BC, Canada are the Salmon family - Chinook, Coho, Sockeye, Pink and Chum Salmon to be exact. And for some they prefer to fish for Halibut, Sole, Rockfish or Cod. Arrive with your own boat, fishing gear and a good map and you can partake in a self guided British Columbia fishing adventure.