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With more than 20,000 kilometres of coastline, there are endless opportunities to enjoy some of the world’s best sport fishing while exploring Canada’s West Coast. Use our handy tool below for some great suggestions to get you started.

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Winter Harbour and Quatsino Sound: Explore the Northwest Coast

Victoria Harbour: Capital Fishing

Squamish: Coho and Chum

Sechelt: Pink Salmon, Pink Skies

Scott Islands: Truly Wild

Queen Charlotte City: A la Carte

Powell River: Salmon and Prawns

Port Hardy: Town and Country

Oak Bay: Salmon and Halibut

Northern Gulf Islands: Scenic Selections

Nanaimo: Day Tripper

Johnstone Straight: Towards Broughton Archipelago

Hippa Island: Shipwreck Coast

Harrison River: Coastal Cutthroat

Eve River Estuary: Pink and Coho

Cowichan River: World Famous

Cates Park: Pink Salmon and Picnics

Campbell River: Rowing the Tyee Pool

Brooks Peninsula: Wild and Remote

Boundary Bay: Sockeye and Crabs

Black Creek to Nile Creek: Shore Fishing

Bamfield: The Way Out West

Hakai Pass: “Hawaii Pass”

Work Channel: Chinook and Humpbacks

West Coast: Ground Fish Variety

Northern B.C.: Fly Fishing for Northern Coho

Bamfield: Fishing the West Coast Trail

North of Desolation Sound: Rip Fishing

Kyuquot Village: West Coast Adventure

Nanoose Bay: Clam Digging

Johnstone Strait and Robson Bight: Salmon and Orcas

Southern Vancouver Island: Crabbing the South Island

Port Alberni: Salmon and Prawn

Northeast Island: DIY

Lower Mainland: Shore Casting for Pink Salmon

Central Coast: A True Fishing Adventure

Rivers Inlet: World Famous

Central Coast: Inside Passage Adventure

South of Prince Rupert: Land of the Spirit Bear.

North of Prince Rupert: Rustic Fishing Lodge

Haida Gwaii: Four-Star Fishing

Prince Rupert: Day Charters

Port Hardy: Salmon Town

Tofino/Uclulet: Salmon and Sunsets

Campbell River: Tyee Salmon Fishing

Victoria Harbour: Salmon Fishing

Sunshine Coast: Salmon and Scenery

Howe Sound: Salmon & Prawns

Fraser River: Giant White Sturgeon

Vancouver: Granville Island Charters


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