Chilliwack is located about an hour and a half from Vancouver in the heart of the Fraser Valley with the famous Fraser and Harrison River. In addition to these two main rivers, there are other smaller rivers and lakes that make fishing in this area a feast.
It is pure nature and with a little luck you may encounter bears with beautiful views, mountains and untouched forests.
Here we target the mighty white sturgeon and various salmon species. Accompanied by very experienced guides with professional boats and equipment you are in the best hands here.
Our local partner has more than 30 years of experience with local fishing and conditions and is therefore one of the absolute top providers in the region. Add to this the attractive price and you have a top fishing trip!
Chilliwack is located about an hour and a half from Vancouver in the heart of the Fraser Valley with the famous Fraser and Harrison River. These two main rivers are the heart of this region when it comes to fishing. There are also the Lilloet and Pitt rivers, Lake Chilliwack and the River and Lake Stave.
All with their own peculiarities and diversity of fish species. At the beginning of the season (from the 1st of June), the region can get busy with the migration of the mighty Chinook salmon. Many anglers come to this plade for this spectacular fishery.
For those who want more peace and quiet there is the possibility to fish on the Pitt and Lilloet river. It is only half an hour by boat to the remote locations where you can fish undisturbed and in peace and quiet. So there are several possibilities to arrange your fishing trip in this overwhelming nature.
Fishing is done with professional and experienced guides. They know exactly which circumstances play an important role at which moments. That is why they can determine like no other where and which species can be fished best.
All the guides are very well known and will do their utmost to make your holiday a success. The experience and service-mindedness of the guides has been one of the decisive points in choosing this partner.
Our partner has more than 30 years of experience in fishing the different types of pacific salmon such as pink, sockeye, chum, chinook, coho, but also steelhead, rainbow trout and of course the white sturgeon.
The Canadian government recognized at the end of the 90's that the sturgeon stock declined drastically and issued a mandatory catch & release legislation. Caught sturgeons are chipped or if they have been caught before, only scanned and registered. Catch location, length and estimated weight are recorded and collected centrally.
As a result of these measures, the sturgeon stock in this region is currently at a perfect level. The average length is over 1.5 metres and the average weight 100 to 200 lbs. However, colossal sturgeons of 700 lbs. and 3 metres in length have been caught as well. Our partner's record is an immense sturgeon of no less than 900 lbs!
There are several ways to go fishing. This depends entirely on the season and your wishes. Fly fishing for salmon, sea trout in the remote forests or sturgeon and salmon on the rivers by boat.
There are several boats in different sizes available for groups of 2 to 4 persons so every time the fishing trip is perfect with enough space on the fishing boat. With the guide you discuss what you want to fish the next day so you do not only have to fish for 1 species but if desired you can switch between species.
523P+7H Chilliwack, British Columbia, Canada
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