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Even if you’re an experienced angler, hiring a qualified guide is one of the best ways to explore a new fishing destination in British Columbia.

At nearly 26,000 kilometres (16,000 miles), B.C. has one of the longest coastlines in the world. An experienced, local fishing guide will know the area you’re fishing in, how to navigate it safely and will also know the best spots and techniques to catch the types of fish you’re after. A professional guide will do the “work,” so you can simply enjoy the fishing. Established in 2010, B.C.’s Certified Tidal Angling Guide program is unique in North America. Designed to ensure the highest levels of customer service and safety standards, the CTAG certification program provides tidal and boat-based fishing guides with the tools and materials they need to provide world-class service while satisfying all safety and regulatory requirements.

The CTAG badge is proof that your fishing guide is well trained, professional, experienced and knowledgeable. Look for the red and white CTAG badge on your guide, and ask about CTAG before planning your next trip to a fishing lodge in B.C.

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