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British Columbia, Canada

Why Fish British Columbia, Canada?
British Columbia, Canada, has some of the most phenomenal and exciting sport fishing opportunities the world has to offer. Every year the salmon runs number in the 10's of millions. The sturgeon fishing is world class, and if that's not enough, we also have a great steelhead and trout fishery. Simply speaking, the mighty Fraser River and its tributaries produce an awesome year-round fishery that's tough to beat. Combine this great fishery with spectacular scenery and wildlife, and you have the opportunity to experience the trip of a lifetime!

Who Are We?
We are a fish guiding company serving the Vancouver, Fraser Valley, and Whistler areas. We specialize in river sport fishing, targeting western Canada's top sport fish which include all 5 species of Pacific salmon, steelhead, trout, and of course, the prehistoric White Sturgeon. We are fully insured, and our licensed guides are both very professional and knowledgeable in their respective fields of river sport fishing. Safety and excellent sport are always at the top of our list!

Where Do We Fish?

The Fraser River is approx. 850miles (1360km) long, and is the biggest salmon producing system in the world. While fishing with us, you get the chance to fish a piece of this famous river. With the option to fish 8 other great rivers, you can be assured to find salmon and other species during the many different runs. All this great fishing can be done within approx. 45min -1.5 hour drive from Vancouver.

What Do We Offer?
Whether you're a beginner or advanced, male or female, young or elderly, we have trips for you. We offer a multitude of trips, each custom designed for you or your party, in order to better suit your needs. We try our best to provide you with a high quality fishing experience that will leave you with an everlasting memory of your trip.


We supply all the necessary tackle and equipment, but you're welcome to bring your own. All trips come with meal options. As a licensed vendor, we can also supply you with the necessary licenses. The following is a list of trips we offer:

  • Overnight Camping/Fishing Trips

  • Multi Day (4 , 7 ,10 day) Fishing Trips

  • "Ladies Only" Fishing Trip

  • Custom and Corporate Packages also available upon request

Sockeye Salmon Bonanza !
The sockeye fishery runs from July through September.
Come and experience some of the best salmon fishing in the world. Fish the awesome Fraser River and hook up to 40+ fish per person in one day!!!
Our sockeye salmon runs number in the millions, producing a very successful, consistent, and fun fishery. Try it and you won't be disappointed. Please call us for more information.

What Species Do We Target?
We fish for all 5 species of Pacific Salmon, which include the Chinook, Sockeye, Coho, Pink, and Chum. With millions of fish returning every year up the Fraser River and its tributaries, it's not uncommon to hook into 40+ fish per day. Last year we had a phenomenal pink run that surpassed the 20 million fish mark. We also had a better than average Fraser River Chinook fishery, with fish averaging between 20-30lbs. Last fall we also saw a great return of coho, which is a promising sign of good things to come this year. Sockeye and chum fishing was great as always, and tons of fun. The salmon fishery can put a smile on everyone's face.

The Fraser River sturgeon fishery is second to none. We have one of the world's largest populations of sturgeon, thanks partially to a total catch and release of these amazing creatures. Their size and power can be sometimes overwhelming, as they can reach weights in excess of 1500lbs! The average sturgeon on the Fraser is between 60-200lbs, and hooking into 20+fish is not uncommon. We recommend trying sturgeon fishing at least once in your lifetime. There is nothing else like seeing a 5-10ft fish explode out of the water, period! Give it a try and
you won't be disappointed.

For the more adventurous anglers who are brave enough to face the winter weather and seek a bit of a challenge, we have a great steelhead fishery on two local river systems. These two rivers produce both wild and hatchery fish, with yearly runs totaling approx. 8-10,000 fish. Hooking and landing one of these acrobats can be a very rewarding experience. Many fish get caught in the mid to high teens, with quite a few pushing the 20+ mark.


The Fraser River and its tributaries have some great cutthroat trout fishing. Both resident and sea-run fish can be found in the rivers at different times of the year. Finding a school of moving or feeding cutties is half the fun. Once you find them, it can be a blast as they are quite aggressive and are willing to chase your presentation. Although we don't target char (dolly varden) we do catch them occasionally, and they can be a nice bonus fish for the day.

What Are The Best Times To Fish?
STURGEON : year round fishery. Peak months April-May, August-Nov.
CHINOOK: peak months, June-Oct
COHO: peak months, Sept-Jan
SOCKEYE: peak months, July-Oct
PINK: peak months, Aug- Oct
CHUM: peak months, Sept-Nov
STEELHEAD: peak months, Nov-April (winter runs)
STEELHEAD: peak months, May-July (summer runs)
CUTTHROAT: Spring and Fall months

Contact Postal Address: World Sport Fishing Ltd, Tythe House, Staploe Rd, Wyboston, Beds , MK44 3AT
Tel: 01480 403 293
Email: Richard@worldsportfishing.com
Or check out their website at www.worldsportfishing.com
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