BC Fishing Articles and Stories
Chilliwack River Fall Salmon Fishery
Chinook, coho and chum salmon are available in the Chilliwack River between September and November. Find out how to catch them!
Trout Fishing in Lakes
British Columbia's trout fishing in lakes can be considered as world class fisheries. Anglers have hundreds of lakes to choose from.
Fraser Valley Cutthroat Trout
Coastal cutthroat trout can be caught in the Fraser Valley between August and April by either bait, lure or fly fishing.
Fraser River White Sturgeon Fishing
The largest freshwater fish species is found in the might Fraser River. Find out where, when and how to catch them!
Short Floating Explained
Short floating is an effective technique used for catching Pacific salmon in rivers of British Columbia, this article explains.
Beach Fishing for Pacific Salmon
Chinook, coho and pink salmon can be caught from beaches in the summer prior to their arrival in streams. Find out how.
Jumps and Splashes
To capture an image of a fish jumping, you need a proper camera, precision, bit of luck and plenty of practice.
Float Fishing with a Spinner
This article explains how float fishing with a spinner for salmon in British Columbia rivers is done.
Ross Lake, Skagit Valley Provincial Park
Ross Lake offers camping and fishing for bull trout, rainbow trout and brook trout between July and October.
Thompson River, Kamloops to Spences Bridge
This large tributary of the Fraser River can be excellent for rainbow trout fishing in the summer months.
Garry Point Park, Steveston
This urban fishing spot at the Fraser River mouth offers fishing opportunities for both fresh and saltwater species.
The smallest species of Pacific salmon are plentiful when they return and can easily be caught by many different fishing methods.
Coastal Cutthroat Trout
Coastal cutthroat trout are anadromous trout that travel between coastal streams and estuaries.
This prehistoric-like species in the Fraser River is the largest freshwater fish species in the world and a popular catch and release species.
There are many different recreational fisheries in British Columbia for both local and visiting anglers throughout the year.
This section features our fishing trips on a regular basis. The archive contains hundreds of past trip entries.
Estuary is where rivers meet the ocean. While it can be a productive fishing area, conditions are often challenging.
Can you tell the differences between all five Pacific salmon species? Why do some fish live in a particular area?
This large section contains articles on both freshwater and saltwater fishing spots in British Columbia.
This unique fishing technique is both fun and challenging. Find out the what's, how's and why's in fly fishing in this section.
Beside featuring British Columbia's fisheries, we also travel at times. This section contains articles on fishing in other parts of the world.
British Columbia's saltwater fisheries produce excellent catches of salmon, halibut and other groundfish species.
If you have never tried recreational fishing in British Columbia, then this section has a list of articles to guide you into this fantastic pastime!
Minnows and other less known fish are fantastic target species for parents to introduce fishing to their children. Find out how to catch them!
These articles discuss issues on conservation, ethics, regulations in British Columbia's recreational fisheries.
If you are wondering what to do with your catches in the kitchen, then this section has a few ideas for you.
Photography and fishing often come together in our trips. Find out how you can take better photographs of your fish and fishing partners!
This section offers a selection of freshwater and saltwater fly patterns that are commonly used in British Columbia.
British Columbia's lake fishing is considered world class. Find out how to catch trout, kokanee and bass in these articles.
These articles offer information on salmon, steelhead and trout fishing techniques in rivers of British Columbia.