Latest BC Fishing Videos
|What Did You Have For Breakfast?
Check out what we found in the stomach of this beautiful lingcod, you won't believe your eyes when you see it!
|Grilled Salmon and Salsa
In this video Recipe, Chef Matt at Murphy Sportfishing demonstrates a simply and delicious chinook salmon dish.
Latest BC Fishing Reports
Fraser River reopens for salmon fishing. Most river systems are productive due to the recent rainfall.
Updated on September 26th, 2016
Stamp River's chinook and coho salmon fishing has been excellent, reported by Murphy Sportfishing.
Updated on September 12th, 2016
Latest BC Fishing Deals, News & Events
Sturgeon Fishing, Pros and Cons
What does the benefits and negative impacts the catch and release fishery have on the Lower Fraser River white sturgeon population?
Posted on August 29th, 2016
Fred's Custom Tackle Reopens Chilliwack Store
Fred Custom Tackle will be reopening a new store in Chilliwack on September 5th. Find out in Fred's latest video update!
Posted on August 28th, 2016
Volunteers Wanted at National Championship
Canadian National Fly Fishing Championship is scheduled to take place on October 5th to 7th in Princeton and volunteers are wanted.
Posted on August 2nd, 2016
Sportfishing Institute of BC July Updates
Descending devices for rockfish release, safety and catch guidelines for tuna, long term catch sustainability are just some of the topics.
Posted on July 12th, 2016
Congratulations Dan and Kitty!
Our good friends Dan and Kitty, who have been featured in some of our past videos, were married on July 9th.
Posted on July 11th, 2016
Featured BC Fishing Articles & Videos
Video Tutorial: Selecting the Right Lake
In this fishing tutorial, we take a look at different ways you can find the best lake for your fishing trip in BC Canada.
Article: Chilliwack River Summer Salmon Fishery
In July and August, Lower Mainland and Fraser Valley anglers can enjoy catching chinook salmon in Chilliwack River.
Video Tutorial: Quick Release Strike Indicator
In this video tutorial, we demonstrate how to use a quick release strike indicator for fly fishing at interior BC lakes for rainbow trout.
Blog: Passing on the Joy
Recently we brought young angler Jacob along to one of our favourite brook trout lakes and introduced a new style of fishing to him.
Fish Recipe: Simple Delicious Halibut
Here is a really simple yet delicious halibut recipe which we love! All you need are thin slices of halibut, egg wash, Panko breadcrumb.
Latest BC Fishing Regulation Updates
Non-tidal Fraser River Salmon Opening
The non-tidal portion of the Fraser River will reopen for salmon fishing on September 19th, 2016.
Tidal Fraser River Salmon Opening
The tidal portion of the Fraser River will reopen for salmon fishing on September 19th, 2016.
Fraser River Mouth Salmon Opening
The mouth of the Fraser River will reopen for salmon fishing on September 19th, 2016.
Pitt River Immediate Salmon Fishing Closure
Due to conservation concerns on sockeye salmon, Fisheries and Oceans Canada has closed salmon fishing for the Pitt River.
Surf Smelt Seasonal Closure
Recreational fishing for surf smelt in Areas 28 and 29 (Lower Mainland) is closed between June 15th and August 15th.
Chinook Salmon Management Measures
Fisheries and Oceans Canada has announced new chinook salmon management measures for Areas 18, 19 and 29.
Featured BC Fishing Spots
Marquart Lake, Merritt
Located just outside of Merritt in the Thompson-Nicola Region, this little lake offers good rainbow trout fishing and other activities.
Also known as Wahleach Lake, this reservoir produces rainbow trout, cutthroat trout and kokanee in spring and summer.
Durrance Lake, Mount Work Regional Park
This so-called urban lake is surrounded by dense forest and abundant wildlife while providing good trout fishing for families.
Located just north of Logan Lake in Thompson-Nicola, Tunkwa Lake offers excellent ice fishing for rainbow trout from December to March.
Tidal Fraser River
The Lower Fraser River between Steveston and Mission provides excellent fishing spots for pink salmon in September.