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Fly Fishing for Steelhead in Rivers of British Columbia

Informations about Steelhead fly fishing in BC River

Fabisch Fly Fish Blog


From Vancouver

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As the Canadian government may modify fishing regulations at short notice, all informations concerning the legal situation are without any warranty. Please inquire the current situation as to regulations in effect upon arrival at the place you intend to fish.

Your best bet would be an inquiry at the local tackle shops resp. fly shops which are up to date on these matters as a rule. In addition to that, watch for recent "posts" along the rivers you intend to fish. These posts may be on trees along the shore, on billboards, or on fences. Unless you keep both eyes well shut, you'll have a hard time not seeing them. Anyway, follow these rules or you might be in for more trouble than you'd expect. Not knowing is generally not accepted as an excuse.

In the last few years many anglers have taken to getting their licenses on the internet and paying by credit card. This may seem very practical, but this way you lose the personal contact to the local shops, and the feedback they might be able to give you. I personally do not know how the authorities will react if you don't have a physical copy of your license and the permit for classified waters on you, but can just show one on your smartphone. According to some locals (again: unwarranted!) the smartphone copy should work, as long as all fish are released and therefore need not be listed. My advice is to check that in situ, e.g. with the RCMP.

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the Ash riverAsh - river the BulkleyBulkley - river the CampbellCampbell - river the CopperCopper - river the CoquihallaCoquihalla - river the GoldGold - river

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the HeberHeber - river the HorseflyHorsefly - river the KispioxKispiox - river the MoriceMorice - river the QuinsamQuinsam - river the SkeenaSkeena - river

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the StampStamp - river the ThompsonThompson - river

All Fabisch Canada Flyfishing Trips start in Vancouver or Seattle, depending on the overall cost of the flights and the rental cars resp. RVs. As the route from Seattle is only about 70 kms longer than that from Vancouver, this difference is negligeable. Our goal is flyfishing for steelhead in British Columbia using nymphs and dries. We have occasionally also fished in Alberta, e.g. in the Bow River, for brown trout and rainbows. Above you find a selection of rivers we fish on Vancouver Island or on the mainland.

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Don't hesitate to contact me for any questions concerning Western Canda, steelheading, or flyfishing in general!

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