Freshwater salmon fishing in British Columbia ranks with the best in the world.
Are you ready for the challenge of ‘salmon on the fly’? Whether you want to fly-fish, walk and wade, drift or go backtrolling, spoon fishing or cast and retrieve, freshwater salmon fishing in British Columbia ranks with the best in the world. There are five native species here – chinook or king salmon, the largest of the salmon species; coho salmon or ‘silvers’; the acrobatic sockeye salmon; the hard fighting chum salmon and the abundant pink salmon. And don’t forget the unusual kokanee salmon – a fish related to the sockeye that remains in lakes. With sizes ranging from 3 to 90 pounds and runs to be found throughout the year, make your next angling trip river fishing for salmon. Our members’ superbly trained and experienced guides know the locations and the techniques for success. After a day on the river, relax over a good meal, share great stories and rest in comfort as you dream of the next day’s salmon fishing adventure.
Not sure where to fish for salmon in British Columbia? Check out our members who offer river fishing for salmon and you’ll find the angling experience you deserve.
Want to know more about salmon? There’s no substitute for a day on the river with one of our guides but for now, read more about each of the salmon species.[box type=”info”]Search Salmon Fishing Resorts in BC[/box]