Lake fishing articles
British Columbia has thousands of lakes and most of them offer fantastic fishing opportunities throughout the year. Rainbow trout at catchable size can be caught at many urban lakes in the Lower Mainland, Fraser Valley and Vancouver Island. These fisheries are ideal for families and beginners. At more remote lakes, large trout are usually available and they are harder to entice. While trout, char and kokanee are most commonly found in BC lakes, bass are also available in some fisheries, particularly on Vancouver Island and in the Okanagan region. In this section, you can find a list of articles that feature different lake fisheries found in British Columbia, as well as a variety of fishing techniques that can help you catch more fish in lakes.
|Bait Fishing for Stocked Rainbow Trout
This guide explains how bottom and float fishing with bait can be an effective method used to catch stocked rainbow trout in urban lakes around Vancouver, Victoria and Nanaimo.
|It's Trout Season in Vancouver!
Anglers can enjoy fishing for stocked rainbow trout that are up to 12 inches long in many lakes around Vancouver from March to November.
|Lure Fishing for Stocked Rainbow Trout
This guide explains how to cast and retrieve a lure such as a spoon or spinner when targeting stocked rainbow trout in urban lakes around Vancouver, Victoria and Nanaimo.
|The Search of Salt Spring Smallmouth
In 2002, we visited St Mary Lake on Salt Spring Island for the first time. Our target species was smallmouth bass.