Canada ( BC )

Canada - British Columbia

Fraser and Harrison River

The worlds' greatest sturgeon fishery

There are not many places left in the world where you can realistically expect to catch a fish heavier and longer than yourself. British Columbia, Canada, combines a lively urban city vibe with the wilderness and beauty of the remote countryside. Being known for it’s rich wildlife population, Canada is home to various types of whales, bears, seals, birds of prey, and much more. Fully experience this stunning country on one of our fishing trips for monstrous Sturgeon and Salmon ( Pink, Coho, Chum, Sockeye and Chinook ) on the Fraser River and Harrison River, Chilliwack, east of Vancouver. This is truly a turn up and go trip as ALL tackle and even protective clothing is supplied.

Sample Itinerary

DAY 1 :
Full details of this trip coming soon

DAY 2 

DAY 3: 

 

DAYS 5 – 8

 

The Lodge

LOCATION:

Fraser and Harrison Rivers near Chilliwack, east of Vancouver

 PRIME SEASON:
 
For both Salmon and Sturgeon September and October. Although Sturgeon can be caught every month of the year. Best Salmon runs are between June and August. Fishing from jet boats or the shore

INOCULATIONS:

None

PERMITS:

Purchased from your guide or in advance of your arrival

TARGET SPECIES:

The giant white sturgeon which grows to 700 – 1000 lbs. 100 – 200 lbs fish are sometimes daily catches. Plus Pink, Coho, Chum, Sockeye and Chinook Salmon to 40lb. The Pinks – next running in 2021.

TACKLE REQUIRED:

All provided, one of the few locations where you can turn up with absolutely nothing at all.

BAITS AND FLIES:

All provided


PASSPORTS:

Must be valid 6 months after the return date

VISA:
Purchased in advance

INSURANCE:
Essential

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