Sport Fishing in the Fraser Canyon – With hundreds of places to fish a skilled fisher can always bring home a catch in the Fraser Canyon. Fishing varies between; lake fishing, river fishing, creeks, brooks, ice fishing, fly fishing, are all great possibilities. Catch Salmon of any pacific variation including Sockeye, Coho, Chum and Pink. Rainbow, Brook, and Lake Trout, Sturgeon, Jack Springs, Steelhead, and more. The Fraser Canyon offers beautiful accessible fishing in many areas with close accessible camping and accommodations. The Nahatlatch River Valley, Skuzzy Creek, Fraser River, Thompson River, Kawkawa Lake, Blue Lake, Log Creek are some of the destinations. While fishing in the Fraser Canyon and British Columbia appropriate licenses are required they are available at many gas stations and convenience stores. It is suggested to purchase your license from fishing shops and sporting stores because they will be more educated on both the conditions of the fishing license and information about the local fishing. When visiting the Fraser Canyon stop at the Hope, Lytton or Cache Creek Visitor Information Centres for information and directions to some of the Fraser Canyons many fishing spots.Come out to Canyon Country and visit our Lakes, Rivers and Creeks. If you are not a seasoned fishermen it is highly recommended you select a guided fishing company to ensure you catch a lunker. The Fraser Canyon is known for its prized rainbow and dolly varden trouts, large variety of abundant salmon runs, the largest fresh water fish in the world – the Fraser River Sturgeon and of course our prized steelhead fishery in Spences Bridge.
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