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Sport fishing tourism

Sport fishing tourism in British Columbia can be a great way to experience the beauty of the province’s natural environment and catch a variety of fish species, including salmon, trout, halibut, sturgeon, and more. Here are some steps to help you plan a fishing tour in British Columbia:

  1. Determine what type of fishing you are interested in: Do you prefer freshwater fishing or saltwater fishing? Do you want to fish for a specific species, such as salmon or trout? Knowing what type of fishing you want to do will help you choose the best location for your tour.
  2. Choose a location: British Columbia offers many great fishing locations, including Vancouver Island, the Gulf Islands, Haida Gwaii, the Skeena River, and many others. Consider factors such as the types of fish available, the time of year, and the type of experience you want to have when choosing your location..
  3. Plan your itinerary: Decide how long you want to spend on your fishing tour and plan your itinerary accordingly. Consider other activities you may want to do, such as sightseeing, hiking, or wildlife viewing.
  4. Pack appropriately: Depending on the time of year and your location, you may need to bring warm clothing, rain gear, and sunscreen. Check with your tour operator for a recommended packing list.
  5. Follow fishing regulations: British Columbia has strict fishing regulations to ensure the sustainability of fish populations. Make sure you are aware of the regulations and follow them while on your tour.
  6. Have fun: Enjoy the experience of fishing in one of the most beautiful and bountiful fishing destinations in the world. Take in the scenery and make memories that will last a lifetime.



Destination Sport fishing tourism in British Columbia
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  • Arrive in Vancouver and transfer to your accommodation. Spend the day exploring the city and its many attractions.
  • Travel to Vancouver Island, where you can choose to go on a guided fishing tour in the nearby rivers and lakes or coastal waters. Victoria, located on the southern tip of Vancouver Island, is a great starting point for fishing tours.
  • Travel to the town of Tofino on the west coast of Vancouver Island. Here, you can go on a guided tour of the local waters and catch halibut or other species. In addition to fishing, you can also explore the nearby beaches and rainforests.
  • Fly or drive to the town of Terrace, located in the Skeena River Valley in northern British Columbia. The Skeena River is known for its steelhead and salmon fishing. Spend the next two days fishing with a local guide or exploring the surrounding area.
  • Travel to the town of Prince Rupert on the north coast of British Columbia. This area is known for its abundant salmon and halibut fishing opportunities. Spend the next two days fishing with a local guide or exploring the surrounding area.
  • Return to Vancouver for your flight home. Spend the last day shopping, dining, or exploring the city before departing for the airport.

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