Fishing Retail Stores
Army & Navy
Vancouver, New West, Langley
Berry's Bait & Tackle
Richmond
First Light Fishing & Tackle
Burnaby
Fred's Custom Tackle
Chilliwack
Hatch Match'r
Maple Ridge
Mike's Reel Repair
Abbotsford
Pacific Angler
Vancouver
Sea-Run Fly & Tackle
Coquitlam
Fishing Guides & Lodges
BC Sportfishing Group
Harrison Bay
Bent Rods Guiding
Chilliwack
Big Bear Salmon Charters
Ucluelet
Bon Chovy Fishing Charters
Vancouver
Crystal Cove Beach Resort
Tofino
Fishing Tofino
Tofino
Great River Fishing Adventures
Chilliwack
Lakeside Gardens Resort
Salt Spring Island
Reel Obsession
Victoria & Zeballos
STS Guiding Service
Mission
Sturgeon Slayers
Lytton
The Rambling Fisherman
Vancouver Island
Tunkwa Lake Resort
Tunkwa Lake

Fish Biology Articles

When fishing in British Columbia, anglers often come across unanswered questions on the biology of fish that we catch. Some fish look very similar to each other, but are in fact different species. Why do some fish live in a particular area and why do some follow a particular life cycle. This section has articles that answer some of these fish biology questions.

Title Publish date
Chinook Salmon & Coho Salmon
The differences between chinook and coho salmon are explained in this article.
September 2006
Dolly Varden and Bull Trout, Which is Which?
Bull trout and dolly varden look remarkably similar, but they are in fact two different species of fish.
June 2001
What's up with Jack?
This article explains the differences in male and female salmon during spawning and why some male salmon return as jacks.
December 2001